At Land we utilize a variety of multidisciplinary tools, techniques and methods to answer diverse questions about multi-level heterogeneity and early developmental mechanisms affecting autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions. These include approaches from in-vivo neuroimaging (MRI, fMRI, EEG, MEG), experimental psychology and social neuroscience, eye tracking, behavioural observation, animal and in-vitro modelling, genomics, bioinformatics, and computational approaches from data science and machine learning.
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How can we understand autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders by looking at variability in motor behavior and actions?
Wiring and firing together in space and time.
Traveling through the 4th dimension.
Molecular building blocks
All models are wrong, but some are useful.
The complicated tango between excitation and inhibition in the brain.
Endpoints with high clinical relevance and importance.
The beginning of life could be the most consequential to later development.
Does it matter?
Brains interacting with other brains in context.