ADHD UK Science Podcast
About this Podcast
Welcome to the ADHD UK ADHD Science Podcast, where we bring you the latest insights and breakthroughs in ADHD research.
In each episode, a different topic is explored, and the guests are invited to share their research findings and ideas. Whether you’re a healthcare professional, a person with ADHD, a parent, or simply curious about the science behind ADHD, this podcast offers valuable insights and practical information. Tune in to ADHD UK’s ADHD Science Podcast weekly!
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Your hosts: Max and Tess
Your hosts are father-daughter team, Dr Max Davie and Tess Davie, who both have ADHD. Max is a paediatrician and ADHD UK’s co-founder. Tess is at school and has a keen interest in developing her knowledge about ADHD. They have been hosting a fantastic line-up of researchers specialising in ADHD to find out more about their brains.
The ADHD Science Podcast by ADHD UK
ADHD Science Episode 1: Natalia Zdorovtsova
The brilliant Natalia joins us for a chat about her research, looking at the links between brains, thoughts and behaviours in ADHD and other conditions. Natalia can be contacted through the Cambridge Neuroscience website.
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ADHD Science Episode 2: Ana-Maria Butura
ADHD Science Episode 3: Aja Murray
ADHD Science Episode 4: Abby Russell
ADHD Science Episode 5: Alex Hendry
In episode 5, we talk to Dr Alex Hendry from Oxford University. We discover the link between toddlers trying to get hold of sweets and ADHD, and Tess has a wild opinion about pianos!
See her lab site here: www.psy.ox.ac.uk/people/alexandra-hendry.
ADHD Science Episode 6: Kate Anning
In episode 6, Tess and Max welcome Kate Anning from the University of Cardiff. Kate’s work can be found here.
Kate is on twitter @anning_kate