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  • Dwaipayan Adhya Dr Deep Adhya
    We have recently shown that the in-vitro neural tube structure, the ‘neural rosette’ is affected in autism induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) derived neurons. This suggests that an autism diagnosis has genetic and epigenetic influences affecting...
  • Dr Danyal Akarca
    I'm a medical doctor and computational neuroscience PhD student at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, researching generative models of brain networks. I'm interested in the essential generative principles driving the development of struct...
  • Saashi Bedford
    My research focuses on using neuroimaging to try to parse the heterogeneity observed in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. I am particularly interested in sex differences, subgrouping, and brain-behaviour relationships.
  • Miss Josefine Eck
    I am currently an MPhil student at the University of Cambridge studying basic and translational neuroscience. I am intrigued by the complexity of neurological dysfunctions and the consequences when individuals lose certain parts of the brain. I am...
  • Susan Gathercole Professor Susan Gathercole
    I am a cognitive psychologist with interests in memory, learning and language. Until 2018 I was the Director of the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (CBU) in Cambridge and am now based in Developmental Psychiatry. One strand of my research in...
  • Dr Laura Katus
    My main research interest lies in understanding how the early environment shapes the developing brain. I am particularly interested in how early adversity, as is frequently experienced by children in low- and middle-income countries, affects their...
  • Dr David Keays
    The Keays lab exploits cerebral organoids, 2-photon light microscopy, and in vivo genetic methods to investigate important questions in developmental and sensory neurobiology. We are interested in: (1) How mutations in the tubulin and MAST genes c...
  • Madeline Lancaster Dr Madeline Lancaster
    Human brain development exhibits a number of unique characteristics, such as dramatic size expansion, unique cell types, and distinct neural stem cell behaviors. These characteristics are difficult to examine in model organisms such as mice and ar...
  • Michael Lombardo Dr Michael Lombardo
    I am interested in understanding the mechanisms occurring in early development that are behind atypical brain development in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
  • Tess Smith
    Currently a PhD student at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, my research investigates the ways in which adversity influences neurodevelopment, and how the interaction between genetic, neural, environmental, and cognitive mechanisms promot...

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