Dr Jason Lang
- Clinical Senior Lecturer (Mental Health & Wellbeing)
- Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer (School of Health & Wellbeing)
Jason is a Senior Clinical Lecturer in Neurodevelopment at the University of Glasgow and an Honorary Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. His research interests include neurodiversity in children and young people, the co-occurrence of different neurotypes within this population and the experience of being neurodivergent, including equality issues associated with neurodivergence. He is also interested in how services, early intervention, and environmental interventions can be configured to better serve this population. Jason has a longstanding interest in education and is currently working on the creation of a national Neurodevelopmental Practitioner course as well as collaborating on the development of an Infant Mental Health course within the University of Glasgow. Jason possesses some lived experience of neurodivergence. He is autistic and is father to two daughters who are also both neurodivergent.
Neurodevelopmental conditions in children and young people
Co-Occurrence and overlap of neurodevelopmental conditions in children and young people
Neurodiversity and lived experience
Early detection, support and intervention for neurodevelopmental conditions across sectors