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Ghent University is one of the leading institutions of higher education and research in the Low Countries. Ghent University is an open, committed and pluralistic university with a broad international perspective. It is a fully comprehensive research-intensive institution of considerable size with over 41,000 students and 9,000 employees. The Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology, with a strong research line on pathophysiology, diagnosis and intervention in neurodevelopmental disorders, is partner of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN).

Herbert Roeyers, PhD, is Full Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology and head of the Research group developmental disorders. He has been PI on many national and international projects on ASD and ADHD. He was Co-Chair of the ESSEA COST Action BM1004, a network of over 80 scientists from 23 countries who ran Training Schools and STSMs for ESR. He has large experience with co-ordinating training schools in the framework of Erasmus, and has supervised over 30 PhD students to completion. He co-leads WP3 and will teach and supervise ESR8 and ESR10.

Petra Warreyn, PhD, is postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology. Dr. Warreyn has co-ordinated several training programmes on neurodevelopmental disorders and is qualified ADOS trainer. She was co-lead of the working group on intervention of the ESSEA COST Action BM1004. She will teach and co-supervise ESR8, ESR10 and ESR15.