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    Carly (Charlotte) Hood

    University Position
    PhD student


    I am a PhD student in the Genomic Disorders and Cognitive Development group, supervised by Dr Kate Baker. My interest lies in whether network connectivity differs in children with intellectual impairment of known genetic origin across the cellular, structural, functional, and behavioural levels. It is my hope to use computational modelling to further elucidate how specific gene variants shape the development of the brain and behaviour.

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