(Time zone: British Summer Time)
10:00am – 10:15am: Opening remarks
Session 1: Sleep
Recording for Session 1 can be found here.
10:15am - 10:30am
Dr Samuel Forbes: School of Psychology, University of East Anglia , UK
“Examining sleep and neural development in early infancy”
10:30am - 10:45am
Louisa Gossé: CBCD, Birkbeck University, UK
“Subjective vs. objective sleep measures for assessing habitual sleep patterns in the first year of life”
10:45am - 11:00am
Dr Dagmara Dimitriou: IOE, University College London , UK
“A good night’s sleep: Mixed method approach to examine sleep patterns in autistic children"
11:00am – 11:30am (20min talk +10min Q&A)
Prof. Ilan Dinstein: National Autism Research Centre, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
“From parent report to polysomnography: sleep difficulties in 2-8 year old children with autism at the National Autism Research Centre of Israel”
11:30am -11:45am: General discussion sleep
BREAK -11:45am - 12:30am
Session 2: Sensory processing
12:30am - 12:45am
Laurel Fish: SGDP, King’s College London , UK
Recording for Laurel Fish can be found here.
“Association between pupillary light reflex and sensory behaviours in the early development of autism”
12.45am – 13.00am
Dr Jannath Begum Ali: CBCD, Birkbeck University, UK
Recording for Jannath Begum Ali can be found here.
“Early differences in neural auditory processing in infants with Neurofibromatosis Type 1”
13.00am – 13.15am
Elena Piccardi: CBCD, Birkbeck University, UK
Recording for Elena Piccardi can be found here.
“Neural markers of visual perception in the early development of ASD and/or ADHD - investigating the balance between feedback and feedforward processing”
13.15am - 13.30am
Ayesha Javed: IOPPN, King’s College London, UK
“Sensory Differences in Infants with an Elevated Likelihood of Autism Spectrum Conditions”
BREAK -13:30am - 13:45am
Session 3: Updates from BASIS and affiliated projects
13.45am – 14.05am
Prof. Terje Falck-Ytter: Department of Psychology, Uppsala University, Sweden
“Sensitivity to auditory stimulation in infants with later ASD – a pupillometric study”
14.05am – 14.25am
Prof. Mayada Elsabbagh: The Neuro, McGill University, Montreal
Recording for Mayada Elsabbagh can be found here.
“Scaling up EEG research in infant siblings: Lesson learned and future directions”
Dr Greg Pasco: IOPPN, King’s College London, UK “BASIS comes of age: What is our 13-year-old study telling us?”
Recording for Greg Pasco can be found here.
14.45am – 15.15am: Final discussion and closing remarks