Eva Loth becomes professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at King’s Colleage London.
On 16th June 2023, Eva Loth, gave her inaugural lecture as professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s Colleage London (KCL). In front of colleagues, friends and family, Eva was introduced by Prof Declan Murphy and gave a personal lecture about “The role of concepts, trends and lived experience in autism research”.
In the lecture, Eva not only shared her scientific achivements and her view on current trends and directions in autism research but she also gave an insight into her longlasting experience working with autistic people and and their family and friends.
In the CANDY project, Eva is clinical study lead of the PIP-CANDY study. CANDY is adding children with ADHD, diverse forms of ID and epilepsy to the Pre-School Brain Imaging and Behaviour Project (PIP)”.
PIP-CANDY aims to identify biomarkers that can be used to predict how children with neurodevelopmental conditions and epilepsy are developing and identify which children may benefit from targeted early support.
On behalf of the entire consortium: Congratulation Prof Eva Loth!
From left to right: Prof Francesca Happe, who gave the vote of thanks, Prof Declan Murphey, who gave the laudation and Prof Eva Loth.