Dr James Findon
Lecturer in Psychology Education
Dr Findon undertook his undergraduate studies at the University of Kent, graduating in Clinical Psychology and Applied Psychology in 2012. He was awarded an MSc in Neuroscience with functional imaging and tractography from King's College in 2015 and a PhD in Neuroscience and Psychology in 2019. His PhD was funded by the MRC/IoP excellence scholarship and a collaboration with the EU-AIMS project. In 2018 he became a Teaching Fellow in Psychology at King's and later that year became a Lecturer in Psychology Education.
His research interests lie in understanding the psychobiology of neurodevelopmental conditions such as autism and ADHD. He is particularly interested the role of serotonin and its involvement in the microbiome-gut-brain axis in neurodevelopmental disorders.
- Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Gut-Brain axis
- Co-occurring mental health conditions