Sarah Hampton

Doctoral Scientist

Sarah is working on the high risk infants study. Her methods include magnetic resonance imaging and gaze tracking. Sarah’s PhD is funded by the Medical Research Council, the Pinsent Darwin Trust, and the Sackler fund.

Before her PhD, Sarah worked as a research assistant at the University of Edinburgh. She conducted studies exploring autism and bilingualism, the use of technology-based interventions for children with autism and the brain basis of executive function in autism and schizophrenia. Prior to this, she obtained her MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL, where she investigated creativity and autism, and completed a BA in Philosophy and Modern and Medieval Languages at Cambridge.

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