Sanjana Gandhi is a Research Assistant at the Forensic and Neurodevelopmental Sciences department at King’s College London working with Prof. Eva Loth. Sanjana is interested in neurobiological correlates of clinical outcomes and underpinning psychosocial mechanisms in autism. Her recent research focused on investigating the mediating role of alexithymia in emotion processing difficulties and cardiac autonomic function in autism.
I was excited to join the R4N network because I believe that participatory research that includes people with lived experiences is essential in providing tailored support. In doing so, innovative neurotechnology has made significant advances. I am interested in addressing barriers of accessibility and adaptability of these technologies by multidisciplinary collaborations to overcome this in the coming years.