Our extraordinary research staff
Rosine Urujeni received her Bachelor’s Degree in Law (L.L.B) from Kigali Independent University in 2005, completed a Master’s program at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in 2007/2008 and her Thesis … Read More
Natsuki Katayama received bachelor’s degree in African area studies from Osaka University in 2011. She completed her master’s program in Advanced Social and International Studies and Human Security at the University of Tokyo in … Read More
Yoke Yong Chen holds a BSc. in Psychology and a MSc. in Psychology research method at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom. She is now involved in the development of outcome measure for the Morita therapy as her master project and this … Read More
Marie-Claire is currently the project co-ordinator for the Ravello Profile project, which aims to investigate the neuropsychological underpinnings of anorexia nervosa.
Marie-Claire Reville graduated from the University of Exeter in 2014 … Read More
Stuart Smith holds a BSc in Psychology and has recently been awarded an MSc in Psychological Research Methods, his research projects have focused on testing the clinical utility of cognitive and behavioural tasks for reducing chance of … Read More
Blair McLean is an MA Counselling Psychology candidate at the University of British Columbia. His area of research interest is in conflict resolution in the area of couples therapy. Blair has a BA in human geography from UBC and a diploma … Read More