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CharlotteTye

Dr Charlotte Tye

Senior Lecturer

Research interests

  • Neuroscience

Biography

Dr Charlotte Tye is a Senior Lecturer. Charlotte completed a BSc in Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol, and a MSc and PhD at the Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre, King’s College London.

Charlotte’s research focuses on characterising development in young children with rare genetic conditions and epilepsy, and identifying infant precursors of later emerging neurodevelopmental conditions, such as autism and ADHD. She uses EEG, eye-tracking, cognitive and behavioural measures within longitudinal studies.

Research Interests:

Autism

ADHD

Neurocognitive development (eye-tracking, EEG)

Epilepsy

Rare genetic syndromes

Expertise and Public Engagement:

Charlotte works closely with several charities who support her research, to provide accessible summaries and presentations of research findings for the community, including the Tuberous Sclerosis Association, Epilepsy Research UK, Autistica, Rare Revolution Magazine and Genetic Alliance UK. She sits on the Early Career Researcher Committee of the Tuberous Sclerosis Association, and co-chairs the Adolescent Advisory Group as part of the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre.

    Research

    KERC Seminar Series image
    King's Epilepsy Research Collective (KERC)

    The King’s Epilepsy Research Collective (KERC) provides a platform for researchers from all of King’s faculties to meet and discuss research and to support collaborative activities.

    News

    £1.1 million NIHR/MRC node established to study mTOR pathway rare diseases

    Professor Joseph Bateman, Professor Deb Pal and Dr Laura Mantoan-Ritter received the funding to establish the mTOR Pathway Diseases node as part of the new...

    Bateman_MantoanRitter_Image

      Research

      KERC Seminar Series image
      King's Epilepsy Research Collective (KERC)

      The King’s Epilepsy Research Collective (KERC) provides a platform for researchers from all of King’s faculties to meet and discuss research and to support collaborative activities.

      News

      £1.1 million NIHR/MRC node established to study mTOR pathway rare diseases

      Professor Joseph Bateman, Professor Deb Pal and Dr Laura Mantoan-Ritter received the funding to establish the mTOR Pathway Diseases node as part of the new...

      Bateman_MantoanRitter_Image