‘Time trends in diagnosis of ASD: explanations & evidence’ Dr. Ginny Russell

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Dr. Ginny Russell, on Interdisciplinary Senior Research Fellow in mental health and developmental disorders, Egenis & Uni Exeter Med School ‘Time trends in diagnosis of ASD: explanations & evidence’

This was recorded on 6 June 2018 at the Jack Tizard Memorial Lecture and National Conference 2018 on Intellectual Disability, and Autism.

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Dr. Russell initially trained as a researcher at the BBC’s Natural History Unit in Bristol, becoming a television producer/director. In 2002 she joined Egenis at the University of Exeter in a communications role, developing the Centre’s communications strategy, editing the Genomics Network Magazine and programming the British Association’s Science in the City festival in 2004. She has written for various publications including The Times Educational Supplement and freelanced as a reporter for Radio 4’s Natural History Programme and Science in Action on the BBC World Service.

 

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