Meet the core team...
Dr. Charlotte Tye
I am a postdoctoral research fellow leading the EDiTS Study, supported by a Junior Fellowship award from the Tuberous Sclerosis Association. I studied Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol before coming to the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience in 2008. I completed a PhD in developmental cognitive neuroscience aiming to identify brain-based markers of autism and attention deficit hyperacticity disorder (ADHD) in genetically sensitive designs, at the MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre, King's College London. As a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, I have been exploring the pathways leading to intellectual disability and developmental disorders, like autism and ADHD, in TSC. My Fellowship project aims to characterise early development in infants with TSC, ultimately to design and target more specific treatment and intervention strategies to babies who are "at risk" for poor developmental outcome. I work in collaboration with the Birkbeck Babylab/Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development at Birkbeck, University of London.
I am an honorary research assistant working part-time on the EDiTs Study at the Social Genetic and Development Psychiatry Centre, King's College London. Alongside this, I am studying Graduate Medicine at St. George's, University of London after having completed my undergraduate BSc Psychology degree at Loughborough University. I aim to specialise in Pediatrics upon completion of my medical degree.
I am an honorary research assistant working on the EDiTS and CoIN studies at the Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry 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.
I am a research assistant working on the EDiTS Study at the Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience, 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.
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
Rowan Arthur, Research Assistant
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.