Dr. Louise Marryat

Research Fellow in Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Learning Difficulties

Qualifications

2014: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Glasgow, Trajectories of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties in primary school.

2006: Master of Arts, Durham University, Research Methods

2004: Bachelor of Arts (hons.), Durham University, Politics and Sociology

Responsibilities & affiliations

Research Associate, Gillberg Centre for Neuropsychiatry

Honorary Research Associate, Institute of Health andWellbeing, University of Glasgow

Research summary

Louise is a quantitative researcher with a background in sociology, public health and statistics. Her research has primarily focussed on the use of longitudinal and routine datasets to explore a diverse set of topics around child and maternal health. She is particularly interested in early child development, particularly in relation to neurodevelopmental disorders and mental health.

Affiliated research centres

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