Collaborations

The PsyLife Lab collaborates with a number of other researchers and organisations, in order to bring together people with different skills to enhance research or help promote our findings to the wider community (such as the public, the NHS and the Government).

Research Collaborators (UCL)

Name Institution Projects involved
Prof Glyn Lewis Head of Division of Psychiatry, UCL PsyLife

 

Research Collaborators (Elsewhere)

Name Institution Projects involved
Prof Peter Jones Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge SEPEA, EUGEIPsyMaptic
Dr Dan Jackson MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge PsyMaptic
Prof Christina Dalman Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institute PsyLife
Prof Cecilia Magnusson Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institute PsyLife
Prof Peter Allebeck Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institute PsyLife
Prof Ian Colman APEAL Lab, University of Ottawa PsyLife
Prof Andrew Lawson Division of Biostatistics & Epidemiology, Medical University of South Carolina PsyLife
Dr Stan Zammit Institute of Psychological Medicine & Clinical Neurosciences PsyLife
EU-GEI Collaborators Various – see EU-GEI website for all collaborators EUGEI
Prof Jeremy Coid Centre for Psychiatry, Queen Mary University London ELFEP, various
Prof Ezra Susser Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University Mentor

 

Public, policy and external collaborators (Elsewhere)

Name Role Projects involved
Rethink Support and dissemination of PsyMaptic to Mental Health Commissioners PsyMaptic
Public Health England Support and dissemination of PsyMaptic to Mental Health Commissioners PsyMaptic
Dr Jonathan Campion Support and dissemination of PsyMaptic to Mental Health Commissioners PsyMaptic
Iris-Initiative Support and dissemination of PsyMaptic to Mental Health Commissioners PsyMaptic
Robyn Winfield-Smith Theatre Director, interested in bringing issues surrounding mental health to wider public Various

 

Dr James Kirkbride is a Sir Henry Dale Fellow. He is grateful to the Wellcome Trust for their support of his research and that of the PsyLife Lab.