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Many groups throughout the University of Oxford and the Oxford area.

David A. Menassa

Investigating the balance between excitation and inhibition in the autism brain using stereology in post mortem samples and magnetoencephalography (MEG) in recruited autism spectrum disorder individuals.

Dr Alex Popescu

The nosology of autism spectrum disorders; longitudinal qualitative research in autism; cinematic, media, and digital art interventions in young persons with autism; trans-cultural aspects of autism.

Dr Anne Stewart

Research of patient and carer's experience of ASD

Dr Diane Newbury

Genetic contributions to risk of neurodevelopmental disorders with a focus upon language impairment

Dr Esther Becker

Molecular mechanisms underlying neuron development and autism

Dr Gaia Scerif

Young children with neurodevelopmental disorders of known genetic origin, overlap with autistic spectrum and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Dr Matthew Broome

Investigating the relationship between autism and schizophrenia, adult mental health outcomes in children with ASD, the prodromal phase of psychosis and the formation of delusions, affective instability and philosophy and psychiatry, neuroimaging.

Dr Steven Chance

Our studies of disease examine the neuroanatomy of Autism, Alzheimer's and Schizophrenia using post-mortem human brain material. We are interested in the relationship between brain structure and function - particularly language and social cognition.

Mathura Ravishankar

I am working on a project titled "An Excitiation/Inhibition Study of the Autistic Brain Characterized by Magnetoencephalography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging"

Professor Angela Vincent

Maternal immunity in neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly autism

Professor Dorothy Bishop

Neurodevelopmental disorders, especially those affecting language and communication

Professor Kia Nobre

Director of the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity

Professor Margaret Esiri

Brain Bank for Autism