Supporting people with Cri du Chat Syndrome and their families

Clinical Advisory Group

If you want an expert opinion, or some specialist clinical advice regarding CdCS, you can get in touch with our Clinical Advisory Group (CAG).

The CAG is a multi-disciplinary group of professionals, all of whom have expertise relevant to Cri du Chat Syndrome. It aims to provide up to date information, a prompt advisory service on clinical matters, and someone to talk to for any occasion.

To ask the CAG a question, click the button below, or send an email to

Ask the Clinical Advisory Group


Our current CAG members are:

  • Professor Chris Oliver, Clinical Psychologist
  • Dr Mohnish Suri, Clinical Geneticist
  • Martin Gargan, Orthopaedic Surgeon
  • Lisa Bowden, Occupational Therapist
  • Damian Haywood, Scientific Advisory
  • Caspar Hull, Osteopath
  • Denise Wills, Paediatric Physiotherapist


CAG advice is freely available to anyone affected by Cri du Chat Syndrome, though we would encourage anyone using it to make a donation to help us run this service.