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Charlotte Blackmore

Clinical Research Worker


Charlotte completed her BSc in Psychology in 2013, having completed a final-year project on improving police statement taking using the self-administered interview. She studied for her MSc in clinical neurodevelopmental sciences in 2015 to 2016, which included placements at the National Autism Unit and the Lambeth Adult ADHD and ASD service. Her dissertation project investigated the prevalence of offending behaviours in the Adult ASD service at the Trust.

Since graduating, Charlotte has been a Research Assistant on the EU-AIMS Synaptic Gene project and the GQAIMS study at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN). She joined the service in 2018 and is part of the team conducting the ADOS, ADI-R, and DIVA assessments. She also currently works at the IoPPN on the Brain Imaging in Babies study.
 
Area of expertise
  • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Familial risks for development of ASD and ADHD
  • ASD and the criminal justice system (CJS)

Education and training
  • BSc Psychology (Royal Holloway, University of London) 2013
  • MSc Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences (King’s College London) 2016

Publications
Gudbrandsen et al. (2020). Patterns of Cortical Folding Associated with Autistic Symptoms in Carriers and Noncarriers of the 22q11. 2 Microdeletion. Cerebral Cortex.

Rogdaki, et al. (2020). Magnitude and heterogeneity of brain structural abnormalities in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome: a meta-analysis. Molecular Psychiatry.

Gudbrandsen al. (2018). The neuroanatomy of Autism Spectrum Disorder symptomatology in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome. Cerebral Cortex.