Else Eising


I am a postdoc in the Language and Genetics department, interested in how genetic factors cause or contribute to brain-related phenotypes. My work includes the search for causal genes for monogenic speech and language disorders including childhood apraxia of speech. Here, you can find more information about our work on rare disorders. In addition, as a lead analyst of the GenLang consortium, I am studying the genetic basis of complex speech and language-related traits. You can find more information about our work on complex traits on this project page.

We just started a new research project on stuttering. For more information (in Dutch), and to participate, you can click this link.

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