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A/Prof Jonathan Payne

A/Prof Jonathan Payne

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Role Co-Grp Leader/Principal Research Fellow
Research area Clinical Sciences

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Associate Professor Jonathan Payne is co-lead of the Brain & Mind Research Group at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, where he leads the Genetics and Neurodevelopment Team and sits on the steering committee of the Neurodevelopment Flagship. He is a practicing senior clinical neuropsychologist at the Royal Children's Hospital and an Honorary Principal Research Fellow in the Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne.

Associate Professor Payne's research draws on a range of cognitive, behavioural, neuroimaging, and laboratory protocols to understand how genetic variants can affect brain development and increase the risk for neurodevelopmental disorders. He is also an experienced trialist and leads several pharmacological and non-pharmacological clinical trials.
Associate Professor Jonathan Payne is co-lead of the Brain & Mind Research Group at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, where he leads the Genetics and Neurodevelopment Team and sits on the steering committee of the Neurodevelopment Flagship....
Associate Professor Jonathan Payne is co-lead of the Brain & Mind Research Group at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, where he leads the Genetics and Neurodevelopment Team and sits on the steering committee of the Neurodevelopment Flagship. He is a practicing senior clinical neuropsychologist at the Royal Children's Hospital and an Honorary Principal Research Fellow in the Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne.

Associate Professor Payne's research draws on a range of cognitive, behavioural, neuroimaging, and laboratory protocols to understand how genetic variants can affect brain development and increase the risk for neurodevelopmental disorders. He is also an experienced trialist and leads several pharmacological and non-pharmacological clinical trials.

Top Publications

  • Maier, A, Pride, NA, Hearps, SJC, Shah, N, Porter, M, North, KN, Payne, JM. Neuropsychological factors associated with performance on the rey-osterrieth complex figure test in children with neurofibromatosis type 1. Child Neuropsychology 30(2) : 348 -359 2024
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  • Crowe, LM, Clarke, C, Hearps, S, Pugh, R, Kilpatrick, N, Branson, E, Payne, JM, Haebich, KM, McCloughan, N, Kintakas, C, et al. Mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and adolescents with chronic health conditions. 2024
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  • Maier, A, Ryan, NP, Chisholm, A, Payne, JM. Social cognition in autism spectrum disorder and neurogenetic syndromes. 108 -144 2024
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  • Anderson, V, Hearps, S, Beauchamp, M, Darling, S, Catroppa, A, Payne, J, Haritou, F, Galvin, J, Muscara, F, Anderson, V. The Pediatric Evaluation of Emotions, Relationships, and Socialization Questionnaire (PEERS-Q). Development and validation of a parent-report questionnaire of social skills for children. Australian Journal of Psychology Accepted for Publication: 2024
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  • Pride, NA, Haebich, KM, Walsh, KS, Lami, F, Rouel, M, Maier, A, Chisholm, AK, Lorenzo, J, Hearps, SJC, North, KN, et al. Sensory Processing in Children and Adolescents with Neurofibromatosis Type 1. Cancers 15(14) : 3612 2024
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