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Steven  Williams

Steven Williams

Professor of Imaging Sciences

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Overview

Professor Steve Williams leads the Department of Neuroimaging within the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences (CNS). The CNS is a joint venture of the King's College London and the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust. His current research projects span neurodegeneration, epilepsy, stroke, pain, psychosis, affective disorders, developmental disorders and normal brain function, using a battery of neuroimaging techniques which include perfusion, diffusion, functional and structural imaging. Complementary research in imaging physics and analysis supports these applications.

Selected publications

Sami M, Cole JH, Kempton MJ, Annibale L, Das D, Kelbrick M, Eranti S, Collier T, Onyejiaka C, O'Neill A, Lythgoe DJ, McGuire P, Williams SCR, Bhattacharyya S (2020) Cannabis use in patients with early psychosis is associated with alterations in putamen and thalamic shape. Hum Brain Mapp 41: 4386-4396

Wood TC, Damestani NL, Lawrence AJ, Ljungberg E, Barker GJ, Solana AB, Wiesinger F, Williams SCR (2020) Silent myelin-weighted magnetic resonance imaging. Wellcome Open Res 5: 74

Tillmann J, Uljarevic M, Crawley D, Dumas G, Loth E, Murphy D, Buitelaar J, Charman T, (2020) Dissecting the phenotypic heterogeneity in sensory features in autism spectrum disorder: a factor mixture modelling approach. Mol Autism 11: 67

Sethna V, Siew J, Pote I, Wang S, Gudbrandsen M, Lee C, Perry E, Adams KPH, Watson C, Kangas J, Stoencheva V, Daly E, Kuklisova-Murgasova M, Williams SCR, Craig MC, Murphy DGM, McAlonan GM (2019) Father-infant interactions and infant regional brain volumes: A cross-sectional MRI study. Dev Cogn Neurosci 40: 100721

Pote I, Wang S, Sethna V, Blasi A, Daly E, Kuklisova-Murgasova M, Lloyd-Fox S, Mercure E, Busuulwa P, Stoencheva V, Charman T, Williams SCR, Johnson MH, Murphy DGM, McAlonan GM (2019) Familial risk of autism alters subcortical and cerebellar brain anatomy in infants and predicts the emergence of repetitive behaviors in early childhood. Autism Res