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Read more at: Gordon Harold

Gordon Harold

In an academic career that began in Ireland, and has taken him to the United States and the universities of Cardiff, Otago and Sussex, Gordon Harold’s most recent appointment is with the Faculty of Education, as Cambridge’s first Professor of the Psychology of Education and Mental Health. Gordon's research examines factors that positively or negatively affect young people’s mental health and development from birth to age 18+ years. It’s asking the question: how do we promote a well-functioning young person who is positioned to do well in life?


Read more at: Dr Giacomo Bignardi

Dr Giacomo Bignardi

Giacomo is a research associate in the Department of Psychology. Giacomo’s research centres on social inequalities in educational and mental health outcomes in childhood and adolescence. He has a particular interest in psychometrics and data science. Before his post-doctoral appointment, Giacomo completed his PhD at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge.


Read more at: Giacomo Bignardi

Giacomo Bignardi

Giacomo is a research associate in the Department of Psychology.

Giacomo’s research centres on social inequalities in educational and mental health outcomes in childhood and adolescence. He has a particular interest in psychometrics and data science. Before his post-doctoral appointment, Giacomo completed his PhD at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge.


Read more at: Yuhan Zou

Yuhan Zou

Yuhan is currently an MPhil student at the Department of Psychiatry. She obtained a BA degree in the School of Humanities at Tsinghua University. Yuhan's research topic is child maltreatment across different countries and cultures. Through her research, Yuhan aspires to contribute valuable insights to the fields of child psychiatry, cross-cultural studies, and family intervention strategies, addressing critical issues that have far-reaching implications for child mental health and well-being worldwide.


Read more at: Xiaoning Zhang

Xiaoning Zhang

I am a doctoral student in the Faculty of Education, under the supervision of Prof. Gordon Harold. My primary research interests focus on the factors contributing to children's mental health.


Read more at: Susie Nightingale

Susie Nightingale

Susie is the Research and Impact Co-ordinator at the Andrew and Virginia Rudd Centre, Faculty of Education.


Read more at: Zulkayda Mamat

Zulkayda Mamat

My PhD research has been in the intersection between improving mental health through training of cognitive control. Besides my PhD projects, I've been actively involved in establishing initiatives to support Uyghur adults and children in Istanbul to access and benefit from mental health support services. We have successfully positive impacted the lives of more than one hundred individuals, and plan to upscale our efforts in the form of establishing a nonprofit organization in the upcoming months.


Read more at: Anna Moore Winter

Anna Moore Winter

Dr Anna Moore is Assistant Professor in Child Psychiatry and Medical Informatics in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge. Her goal is to develop personalised, preventative clinical pathways for children’s mental health.


Read more at: Susan Ifeagwu

Susan Ifeagwu

I am a PhD Candidate studying universal health coverage (UHC) in Sub-Saharan Africa with a focus on Uganda. My research interests span health systems strengthening in low- and middle-income countries, health inequalities, global health policy, development and sustainability.


Read more at: Eolene Boyd-MacMillan

Eolene Boyd-MacMillan

Dr Eolene Boyd-MacMillan, PhD, is a social psychologist working within the framework of public mental health promotion to develop and test community-based interventions that increase self-regulation, resilience and social cohesion and reduce destructive social polarisation and inequalities. She is Senior Research Associate and Co-Director of IC Research, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge.