Dr. Suzanne Zeedyk currently holds the post of HonorarySenior Lecturer in the School of Psychology, at the University of Dundee, where she has been based since 1993. Her research expertise focuses on the early communicative interactions of parents and infants. In recent years, this has extended to the study of interventions for communicative disorders such as autism, sensory impairment, and dementia.
In 2011, she set up an independent training enterprise to allow her to disseminate more widely the science of the early years. She now spends much of her time speaking to the public about the psychological and neuroscientific bases of communicative interaction. She works closely with organisations throughout the UK to increase awareness of the decisions we take about caring for children, showing how those decisions are integrally connected to our vision for the kind of society we wish to build.