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Sara Landberg is as of 2016 a research amanuensis at GNC. Sara
has previously studied psychology at the University of Edinburgh
as well as completed a Master’s degree in neurodevelopmental
disorders at King’s College London and is now studying towards a medical  degree at the University of Gothenburg. The main focus of Sara’s current research at GNC is women with neurodevelopmental
disorders. She is involved in a follow-up study to the “Girl Project”
which was an extensive clinical examination of girls with autism
and/or attention deficits led by Svenny Kopp in 1999-2001. Sara is
also working on a project regarding the MECP2 mutation in Rett
syndrome and a study of autism with regressive symptoms.

Photo: Götaplatsens Foto



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Sara Landberg

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