Dr L. (Lieke) Kros

The interaction between different brain areas in autism.
Dr L. (Lieke) Kros
Erasmus MC, Department of Neuroscience

The interaction between different brain areas in autism

Autism is a common neurodevelopmental disorder, characterised by social problems and repetitive behaviour. Disruptions in cerebellar development or functioning can cause autism. Dr Lieke Kros will be examining how the cerebellum affects other key brain regions. How does this interplay contribute to autism? She will be recording neuronal activity from several brain areas during autism-relevant activities like social interactions and cognitive flexibility tasks. Her aim is to help identify new treatment possibilities.