Exploring Associations Between CENtral Sensitivity Syndromes and the Autism Spectrum

About the Project

“The CENSSAS study: Exploring Associations Between CENtral Sensitivity Syndromes and the Autism Spectrum” is a PhD research project based at King’s College London and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) through the London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership, or LISS-DTP. The project is mixed method, and aims to learn more about experiences of chronic illness, particularly in autism. 

This website, and the project research advisory board, are funded by King’s College London and Wellcome’s Institutional Strategic Support Fund.

The PhD researcher is Sarah Grant, and her supervisors are Dr. Rosa Hoekstra, Professor Lance McCracken and Dr. Sam Norton

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT ANYONE ON THE PROJECT TEAM, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINKS ABOVE TO FIND CONTACT DETAILS. 

Sarah Grant, PhD student and lead researcher

Evgeniya Shmereva is also working on the CENSSAS study as part of her undergraduate dissertation project.