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26th May 2017
Dorothy Bishop and Dianne Newbury are old friends and colleagues with a shared interest in language disorders in children. They talk about encountering each other’s work at the intersection between psychology and genetics; the challenges of working motherhood; and how Dorothy might have been the next Mary Berry!
Dorothy Bishop FBA FMedSci FRS is Professor of Developmental Neurobiology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oxford. Dianne Newbury is a Senior Lecturer in Medical Genetics and Genomics at Oxford Brookes University, where she runs a research lab in the Department of Health and Life Sciences.

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