Tag Archives: eye-tracking

The endless quest for biomarkers: thoughts on IMFAR 2016

A week ago I returned from spending a few days in the USA attending the International Meeting for Autism Research – an annual academic conference, which took place in Baltimore this year. IMFAR, as it is known, is one the highlights of my  year.  An opportunity to get together with researchers from all disciplines who […]

What is “translational research”? – an example with premature babies

Some news to announce here – in September 2014 I’ll be transferring from my current base in the School of Education to a home in part of the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine here at the University of Edinburgh.  This new role reflects the fact that my work has been moving in a more […]

As one door closes….

Regular readers will have seen that we have recently closed recruitment for the Click-East project, which is the study for which this website was set up.  However since starting that study I have become involved with a wider variety of research projects, as is the way for someone just beginning their first permanent University job […]