One of the main aims of this study is to follow the development of babies with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) to better understand the condition and how it affects development.
The EDiTS study involves a range of assessments that can be carried out in the family home or in our research centre in London. Below you will find an outline of the assessments we have completed with infants between the age of 3 months and 24 and/or 36 months. We enrolled 30 babies with TSC that were diagnosed prenatally or between birth and 14 months old (for a first visit up to 14 months old) and 30 typically developing babies up until spring 2018.
Watch our new video describing the EDiTS Study and infant testing phase here:
What is eye-tracking?
Eye-tracking has been used for several years to understand attention and perception in infancy. The eye tracker allows us to see exacly where the baby is attending on the screen. Take a look at our Information Sheets for more details!