I completed my Bachelor degree in Chemistry at Northern Kentucky University and then work at the Laboratory of Neuroscience at the US National Institutes of Health. I started working at the Institute of Psychiatry in 1997 and was awarded a PhD in 2014.
My main research interests are in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders. Currently, I am leading a pharmaco-challenge of the serotonin system in Autism Spectrum Disorder. This involve neuroimaging using functional MRI.
I am the programme lead on the MSc in Clinical Neurodevelopmental Science.
I recently co-edit the Serotonin System: History, Neuropharmacology and Pathology with Dr Mark Tricklebank
Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences
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