Daryll graduated from Universiti Malaysia Sarawa with a Bachelor of Science in Cognitive Science (Honours programme) in 2015. He finished with a cumulative grade point average of 3.80 – suited in Singapore’s equivalent grade bracket for First-class Honours.
Daryll worked as a research intern in the Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at Duke-NUS Medical School during a three-month research attachment programme. He helped with the experimental setup of brain imaging tools and eye-tracker, and assisted in the research’s data processing phase.
At present, he works in CRADLE@NTU as a Research Assistant in a translational research that attempts to create a service delivery model to address the learning needs of diverse students.
Research interests in Science of Learning and Education
Cognitive mechanism of human brain functions, translational research to help people learn better
Neuroimaging techniques, statistical analysis, scripting and programming
On-going research project in CRADLE@NTU
- Translating Educational Neuroscience in the Schools: A Multi-Tier Service Delivery Model That Meets All Children’s Needs