Tag Archives: infants

Waddington’s epigenetic landscape, and being ‘optimally autistic’

In 2003, enrolled on a Masters programme in developmental psychopathology (the study of atypical development – i.e. conditions such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia and others) I was introduced to Waddington’s epigenetic landscape – shown in this image. For him, the image was about the action of genes on development, but for me and many others […]

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 […]