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Professor Elvira Bramon

Professor Elvira Bramon  is Professor of Mental Health Neuroscience at UCL’s Division of Psychiatry..

She is interested in biological markers of brain function and structure that characterise psychosis and their genetic influences.

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Dr John Cape

Dr John Cape is the Director of  Psychological Therapies Programmes at UCL. His research focuses on primary care mental health – in particular, psychological therapies for common mental health disorders 

in routine service settings, and the organisation of mental health services between primary and secondary care.He is a member of the NICE Clinical Guidelines Rapid Updates Standing Committee, and is chair of the London Psychology and IAPT Workforce, Education and Training Groups.

Dr Cape has previously held the positions of Head of Psychological Therapies at C&I NHS Foundation Trust and former clinical lead for the National Audit of Psychological Therapies for anxiety and depression.

 

 

 

Professor Claudia Cooper

Professor Claudia Cooper is Professor of Psychiatry of Older People at UCL's division of Psychiatry. 

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Professor Angela Hassiotis

Professor Angela Hassiotis is a professor of psychiatry of intellectual disabilities and consultant psychiatrist at Camden and Islington Foundation Trust.

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Professor Helen Killaspy

Helen Killaspy is Professor of Rehabilitation Psychiatry at UCL and Honorary Consultant in Rehabilitation Psychiatry in C&I. Her research focuses on services and interventions for people with complex psychosis.

 

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Professor Michael King

Professor Michael King, former Director of the Division of Psychiatry at UCL, is a psychiatric epidemiologist whose research focus is on in large-scale national and international research.

 

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Dr Marc Serfaty

Dr Marc Serfaty is a Clinical Reader in Psychiatry at UCL.

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Dr Andre Strydom

Dr Andre Strydom, Consultant Psychiatrist in Learning Disabilities at C&I, focuses on recognising and treating mental disorders in adults with neurodevelopmental conditions − including people with intellectual disabilities, Down Syndrome, Autism and Asperger Syndrome, and ADHD. 

His particular interest is in research on how to diagnose and manage the memory problems some people experience as they get older and the mechanisms that underlie associations between genetic conditions such as Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease, and which could help us to identify new treatments.

Dr Strydom, who also mentors young researchers in UCL’s Division of Psychiatry, is involved in developing and trialling complex interventions in adults with ID, such as CBT for anxiety and depression, positive behaviour support for problem behaviours, and health checks for people with intellectual disabilities in primary care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Bryn Lloyd-Evans 

Dr Brynmor Lloyd-Evans is a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health and Social Care in the Division of Psychiatry at UCL. Bryn is also a mental health social worker who has practised in community mental health teams and forensic rehabilitation services. His research interests include:

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Professor Chris Brewin

Chris Brewin, Professor of Clinical Psychology at UCL, conducts research that looks at the cognitive processes involved in the cause and treatment of anxiety disorders, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and depression. 

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Professor David Osborn

Professor David Osborn, Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology at UCL, and works as a Clinical Consultant for the Trust. 

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Professor Glyn Lewis

Glyn Lewis, Professor  of Epidemiological Psychiatry at UCL, 

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Professor Gill Livingston

Professor Gill Livingston, is Professor of Psychiatry of Older People at UCL

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Professor Sonia Johnson

Professor Johnson’s is Professor of Social and Community Psychiatry at UCL.

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Professor Rob Howard

Rob Howard is Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at UCL and Honorary Consultant with the Camden SAMH Community Team. 

Professor Robert HowardRead more here.

 

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  • "We have challenged the myth that marginalised groups cannot engage with psychological treatments. Therapy has successfully been delivered to older people, people with learning difficulties, and people with advanced cancer.” Dr Marc Serfaty