Benjamin Landman

Chief resident
Center of Excellence for Autism Spectrum Disorders and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Benjamin Landman is a child psychiatrist. He is chief resident at the Excellence Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the Robert Debré Hospital, in Paris, France. He has a major interest in the identification of biomarkers in autism. He is mainly involved in the project SoNeTAA (Social Neuroscience for Therapeutic Approaches in Autism) and combines human-human and human-machine interactions with electroencephalography recording to study social cognition from a situated and reciprocal standpoint. The project aims to bridge the gap between state-of-the-art social neuroscience methods and clinical practices. He is also co-founder of the www.debrechildpsychiatry.org website.

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