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Keren has recently joined Durham University as an Assistant Professor in Nerodiversity. Keren’s research focusses on understanding more about how autistic people’s sensory processing differences, and how they experiences sensory environments, relates to their mental health.

Prior to joining Durham University, she completed her PhD at The University of Reading, and undertook two postdoctoral roles; supporting the Sensory Street project at the University of Oxford, and Project Soothe at the University of Reading. Keren often co-produces her research with autistic people and has expertise in qualitative research and participatory research methods.


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