Fragile X syndrome CPD

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Professor Jeremy Turk discusses fragile X syndrome and recent advances in behavioural phenotype research. Professor Turk gives an overview of the social impairments and distinguishing behaviours of fragile X syndrome and discusses the permutation effects.

This lecture was filmed at 'Behavioural phenotypes: Recent advances in clinical practice' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 24th May 2016

Length: 00:35:30

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Dr Angela Hassiotis, Psychiatric Reader and Consultant, University College London.

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43:32

Professor Sue Buckley, Director of Science and Research, Down Syndrome Education International. 

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28:17

Dr Esha Massand, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Birkbeck College, University of London.

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30:06

Dr André Strydom, Reader in Intellectual Disabilities, University College London.

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35:30

Professor Jeremy Turk, Consultant, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Neurodevelopmental Services, South London and Maudsley Mental Health Foundation NHS Trust.

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21:33

Dr Laurence Taggart, Immediate Past President, Intellectual Disability Forum, RSM.

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21:04

Dr David Chaney, National Director, Diabetes UK Northern Ireland.

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51:06

Professor Sir Mark Walport, Director of the Wellcome Trust.

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