Dr Deeley researches biological, psychological, and social influences on development, particularly in relation to common disorders such as autism, ADHD, conduct disorder, personality disorders, functional neurological disorders, and psychosis. He also researches cross-cultural psychiatry and social and cultural neuroscience, leading a research group at the Institute of Psychiatry in this area. Dr Deeley’s educational role includes undergraduate and postgraduate medical teaching, as well as teaching on MSc courses at the Institute of Psychiatry including Forensic Mental Health Research, Mental Health Sciences, and Neuroimaging. Dr Deeley contributes to a national training programme run by the Royal College of Psychiatrists to train psychiatrists in the diagnosis and support of adults with autistic spectrum disorders. Please contact Dr Deeley if you would like to discuss training about developmental disorders such as autism and ADHD.