The formation of the Centre for Autism and Related Disorders represents a major step forward in the quest for improved understanding and better treatment and services for individuals with autism and related disorders, which constitute some of the most serious disorders of brain and behavioural development. The centre has been established by a unique multidisciplinary group of internationally renowned scientists and clinician scientists who work in close partnership with the UK’s leading clinical practitioners.
Kings College London, Institute of Psychiatry (lead centre)
Social Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry Centre
Child & Adolescent Department
Department of Forensic & Neurodevelopmental Science
The Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development
The Institute of Education
Guy's King's and St Thomas's NHS Trust
The South London & Maudsley NHS
For a full list of research groups who work closely alongside CARD please click the banner below:
The Centre has strong collaborative links with UK research groups in Aberdeen, Bristol, Cambridge, Manchester, Newcastle & Southampton Universities and Internationally with many other research groups in North America, Europe & Australasia.