Meet the core team...
Dr. Charlotte Tye
I am a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at King's College London. I graduated in Experimental Psychology from the University of Bristol and completed doctoral and postdoctoral training at King's College London. My research focuses on characterising development in young children with rare neurogenetic conditions and epilepsy, and identifying infant precursors of later emerging neurodevelopmental conditions, such as autism and ADHD. I have received prestigious fellowships from the Tuberous Sclerosis Association, Epilepsy Research UK and Autistica, and was awarded the Vicky H Whittemore prize in 2015 and the British Academy of Childhood Disability/Castang Foundation Fellowship in 2019. You can find out more about me in an interview here:
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I am a research assistant working on the EDiTS Study and the BASIS-SuperSTAARS Study at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's College London. Prior to joining the team, I completed my MSc in Genes, Environment and Development in Psychology and Psychiatry at King's College London, as well as a BSc in Animal Behaviour at Exeter University. Outside of work, I volunteer for the WaveProject, a Surf Therapy charity working with young people at risk of mental ill-health.
I am an honorary research assistant working on the EDiTS and CoIN studies at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King’s College London. I am an undergraduate placement student from the University of Bath where I am studying for a BSc in Psychology. I am particularly interested in neurodevelopmental disorders in children, and I hope to pursue a career that enables me to have a positive impact on the lives of these children.
I am a research assistant working on the EDiTS Study at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's College London. I completed my undergraduate Psychology (BSc) degree at the University of Sussex. Alongside this, I am a Shout crisis line volunteer and have a keen interest in rare genetic disorders and neurodevelopment. My aim is to apply to a PhD programme researching atypical child development.
I am an honorary research assistant working on the EDiTS and CoIN studies at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King's College London. I am an undergraduate placement student from the University of Plymouth studying BSc Psychology. I have an interest in studying neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly Autism and ADHD.
Our collaborators and wider team
Birkbeck University of London, Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development
Professor Mark Johnson, Associate Director
Dr Emily Jones, Professor of Translational Neurodevelopment
University of Birmingham, School of Psychology Richards Lab
Dr Stacey Bissell, Research Fellow
Dr Caroline Richards, Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer
University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology
Dr Alexandra Hendry, Postdoctoral Research Associate
King's College London, IoPPN and Centre for the Developing Brain
Abigail Runicles, Research Assistant & Academic Junior Doctor at the Royal Surrey Hospital
Professor Patrick Bolton, Professor of Child & Adolescent Neuropsychiatry
Prof Tony Charman, Professor of Clinical Child Psychology
Professor Serena Counsell, Chair in Perinatal Imaging & Health
Julia Koziel, Research Assistant
Dr Eva Loth, Senior Lecturer
Guys & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Owen Miller, Consultant in Paediatric and Fetal Cardiology
University College London, Great Ormond Street Hospital & Institute of Child Health
Dr Ronit Pressler, Clinical Principle Research Associate
Previous team members
Elis Sugiyarto, Honorary Research Assistant and Psychology (BSc) student from Cardiff University
Katie Thomspon, Honorary Research Assistant and Psychology (BSc) graduate from Loughborough University