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Dr Jason He PhD
Dr Jason He

Dr Jason He PhD

  • Researchers

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Research subject areas

  • Neuroscience
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology

Contact details

Biography

Jason He is a developmental cognitive neuroscientist whose research focuses on early sensory development in autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and Tourette syndrome.

Jason completed his PhD in Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience) at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. Towards the end of his PhD, Jason moved to Baltimore, Maryland in the United States of America to work with Dr. Nicolaas Puts at Johns Hopkins University. After a productive year, Jason moved with Dr. Puts to King’s College London in 2020, where together they currently work as part of the AIMS-2-TRIALS, a large European wide collaboration aiming to identify biomarkers for the early-identification and treatment of autism.

Jason specialises in sensory psychophysics and specialises in the development of tailored paradigms used to assess sensory and cognitive functioning. Jason also has extensive experience teaching research methods and statistics.

Research Interests

  • Early sensory development in neurodevelopmental conditions
  • Self-regulatory behaviours such as behavioural inhibition
  • The effect of early sensory and cognitive development on social functioning