In these troubled times, let’s open the page by international collaborations…

Across the ocean:

In Brazil, we collaborate with Professor Joseph Murray in Pelotas on the development of externalizing behaviours.

We have published many papers in developmental psychiatry with Professors Richard Tremblay and Sylvana Côté at the Research Unit on Children’s Psychosocial Adjustment, in Quebec, Canada.

In (continental) Europe:

On epigenetics and developmental projects, we collaborate with Dr. Charlotte Cecil  now at the Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

In France, we collaborate with Professor Bruno Falissard and Dr. Alexandra Rouquette at the Research Centre in Epidemiology and Population Health (INSERM – National Institute of Health) and Professor Sylvie Berthoz in Bordeaux.

United Kingdom:

At the University of Bristol we work with the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children, and with Professor Marcus Munafò and Dr. Esther Walton.

Professor Frank Dudbridge at the University of Leicester on statistical genetics.

London (treated separately as there are talks of a London referendum, and you never know):

King’s College London:

We have published several papers in collaboration with the wonderful Twins Early Development Study team, headed by Professor Robert Plomin.

At the Social, Genetic, and Developmental Psychiatry department, we also collaborate with Professor Cathryn Lewis, and Dr. Paul O’Reilly on psychiatric genetics.

At the Department of Psychology: we collaborate on epigenetic and developmental projects with Dr. Edward Barker.

University College London:

We  have several ongoing projects in behavioural genetics of conduct problems and Callous-Unemotional traits as well as maltreatment with our dear neighbours, Professor Essi Viding and Professor Eamon McCrory at the Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit.