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Cathy Manning has just been awarded a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship to look at sensory processing in children on the autism spectrum. Her 4-year research programme will identify which stages of sensory processing are different in autistic children and how these differences relate to brain activity. Cathy will be working with Professor Gaia Scerif in Oxford and Professor Tony Norcia in Stanford and Professor EJ Wagenmakers in Amsterdam.