Richard Delorme

Center of Excellence for Autism Spectrum Disorders and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Richard Delorme is head of the Center of Excellence for Autism Spectrum Disorders and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (InovAND) and head of the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Robert Debré Hospital, both in Paris, France. He has a broad background in child psychiatry and genetics, with expertise in the identification of biomarkers in rare diseases associated with autism. He is also a researcher at the Human Genetics and Cognitive Functions Laboratory at the Institut Pasteur, in Paris. In recent years, he has been involved in several research programs, brain imaging studies and IPSC-based drug screening technology. He is an author on more than 100 publications.

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