I am a Synaesthete living in Toronto - Ontario, Canada.
My background is in medical anthropology, ethnomusicology, and a 2015 brain injury.
Keeping to date with the global research community, and by applying the concepts of new age quantum physics - I aim to contribute to the global conscience of Synesthesia.
Currently, I am conducting my own research, specifically on emotion and eidetic memory.
The more I divulge into the sensorium, the more I want to open-source my findings and contribute to the community of Brain & Cognition research & New Age Physices Research. I aim to share my point of view through writing and the story telling powers of multi-media art.
International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists and Scientists
Founding Member (2017)
The Canadian Synesthesia Association
The Synesthesia List
(Sourced by Prof. Dr. Day, Dept of Behavioural and Social Sciences - Trident Technical College, Charleston South Carolina )
2017-Present Research for Non-Fiction Publication
University of Rochester - Brain & Cognitive Sciences
Rochester, New York.
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Ongoing participation in various studies)
Attendee & Participant at the IASAS 2017 SYMPOSIUM - UCLA
In conjunction with the California Nanosystems Institute, Los Angeles, California
University of Sussex
Brighton, United Kingdom
University of Boston
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A
Macquarie University, Austrailia
Lifetime Ongoing Synesthesia Research Participant
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Decoding the Genetics of Synaesthesia Completed
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
(organized by a Study Group at the Language and Genetics Department at the MPI for Psycholinguistics)
Smell & Synesthesia Completed
Lead Researcher: Prof Asifa Majid
Organized by: The Language and Cognition Department at MPI for Psycholinguistics
To learn more about this study click here
To listen to the BBC Radio 4 documentary featuring Asifa Majid on the sense of smell, click here