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Spotlight on researchers

Read short interviews with the people working hard to understand and help improve diagnosis and treatment of Tourette Syndrome.


  • Bobbie Smith is researching the dietary behaviours of young people with TS and their families.
  • Camilla Babbage is researching the development of a digital tool to help young people with TS or tic disorder manage negative feelings
  • Sandra-Eve Bamigbade is a PhD student at the University of Hertfordshire interested in exploring the mealtime experiences of young people (12-16 years old) with TS and their parents.
  • Charlotte Sanderson is a research clinical psychologist working on the ORBIT trial - an NIHR funded study looking at the efficacy of online behavioural interventions for tic disorders.
  • Vishal Rawji is a researcher at University College London.  Read about his research and watch a video about life as a UCL MBPhD student.
  • Elena Nixon focuses on the effectiveness of behavioural therapies for young people with TS
  • Hilmar Sigurdssond - Research investigating the occurrence and frequency of urges prior to tics and sensory sensitivity



Visit our You Tube channel to hear from researchers about their projects and findings 












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