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Fatemeh Tabassi Mofrad

PhD candidate

F. Tabassi Mofrad MA

Fatemeh (Simin) Tabassi Mofrad has a multi-disciplinary research perspective, mostly rooted in bilingualism and cognitive control, and genetics of cognitive neuroscience.

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Simin investigates brain functional connectivity which characterizes individual differences in different aspects of bilingual lexical production, in particular, by employing fMRI. She is also interested in genetic causes and brain functional architecture involved in executive functions, especially with a focus on sex-by-genotype interactions. This is what she addresses in her recent project “Mapping Sex-by-genotype Interactions in Brain Functions: Connectivity between Polymorphisms of Dopamine Related Genes and Sexual Dimorphism in Cognitive Flexibility and Inhibition” funded by Leiden University Fund and Gratama Foundation.

PhD candidate

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Leiden Univ Centre for Linguistics
  • LUCL diversen


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