Welcome to our news and blogs. Here you’ll find the latest developments and insights from across our four longitudinal studies.
Only children can manage the emotional and psychological demands of caring just as well as those who share duties with siblings, according to UCL researchers.
Bettina is a research fellow investigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on population health, with a specific focus on mental health, using data from multiple cohort studies and electronic health records. Her wider research focuses on the development and treatment of mental ill-health with a specific focus on emotion regulation and the use of technology […]
Charis is a post-doctoral Research Fellow working with Dr Richard Silverwood and Professor George Ploubidis. She is researching what the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have been on health and well-being. She is working as part of the National Core Studies project, and the CLS COVID-19 project. Charis completed her PhD in Social Epidemiology at […]
JD is an Associate Professor of Social Science and Policy in the Department of Education, Practice and Society, and an Honorary Research Associate at CLS. He conducts cohort study-based qualitative research, with particular focuses on identity, ageing, health and physical activity. He is currently Co-Investigator on a qualitative longitudinal study of cohort members’ experiences of, […]
Maggie is one of the Research Data Managers in CLS’s Data Management team. She handles genetic and geographical linkage data requests from researchers and also supports data management for NCDS, BCS70, Next Steps and MCS. Previously Maggie worked at UCL’s Institute of Neurology managing, quality controlling & analysing MRI biomarker data from longitudinal dementia trials. […]
Dr Chao Fang works as a Research Fellow, conducting a longitudinal qualitative research project on long COVID. As part of the NHIR-UKRI funded Convalescence Long COVID Study, Chao will explore the lived experiences of long COVID of members from four CLS-based cohort studies (NCDS, BCS70, Next Steps and MCS). The research findings will be used […]
Rhiannon is a Survey Manager working on the Millennium Cohort Study, which follows the lives of people born at the turn of the new century. She is involved in the design, development and implementation of the study. Rhiannon joined the CLS team with an MSc Psychology degree and experience in social and market research.
Professor Harris works with the Millennium Cohort Study’s Measurement Lab, helping to develop behavioural measures of cognitive and affective phenomena beyond self-report. He also works on refining and condensing existing self-report scales. Professor Harris has over 15 years’ experience in social psychology and neuroscience, and is an expert in behavioural and physiological measurement. He has […]
Liam is a post-doctoral researcher using CLS’s genetic data to explore social inequalities in health and changes in inequality through time. He is also involved in work to quality control CLS genetic data, working with colleagues at UCL and the University of Bristol. Liam has over five years’ experience of research in public health, having […]
Tugba started working at CLS in 2021 as a survey manager in the COVID Social Mobility and Opportunities (COSMO) Project, a new cohort study to investigate how the pandemic affects socio-economic inequalities in life chances. Tugba holds a PhD in demography from the Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies in Turkey. She worked there as […]
Dorottya is a Research Fellow currently working in the Millennium Cohort Study’s Measurement Lab at CLS. Her work primarily focuses on identifying, adapting, and validating psychometric measurements whilst preparing for future data collection waves with the Cohort. Dorottya received her PhD in Psychology from Goldsmiths, University of London and her MSc in Research Methods in […]
Nasir is a Research Fellow working with Dr Richard Silverwood and Professor Emla Fitzsimons on the analysis of linked administrative and birth cohort study data. Nasir completed his PhD at the University of Leeds, investigating the socioeconomic effects of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms in the British Cohort Study. After this, Nasir was a […]
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