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Research interests

Dr Beth Johnson is broadly interested in improving the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). She is particularly interested in using data-driven methods to uncover new, objective markers or sub-groups across the ASD-ADHD spectra that outperform current diagnostic practices in terms of predicting prognosis, therapeutic outcomes for children for those who may require additional support.

To better understand the co-occurrence between ASD and ADHD, Dr Johnson's research involves trans-diagnostic assessments using multi-dimensional phenotyping (behavioural, neurocognitive, environment) to better understand symptom presentation in these cohorts.

Education/Academic qualification

Physiology, BSc(Hons), University of Melbourne

1 Mar 20055 Dec 2005

Award Date: 5 Dec 2005


1 Mar 20021 Dec 2004

Award Date: 1 Dec 2004


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