Research Fellow

Dr Hannah Gaffney

Dr Hannah Gaffney is a member of the Violence Research Centre at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge. She was awarded her PhD in Criminology in 2020 from the University of Cambridge. Dr Gaffney’s doctoral research concerned ‘what works’ in school- and cyber-bullying intervention and prevention programmes. Her work demonstrates that school programmes can be implemented to reduce bullying amongst youth, and that the effectiveness varies according to specific features of intervention programs and evaluation methodologies.

Dr Brynja Thorgeirsdottir

Subject: Old Norse Literature

Department/institution: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic

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Dr Julie Qiaojin Lin

Subject: Neuroscience

Department: UK Dementia Research Institute at the University of Cambridge, Department of Clinical Neurosciences

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Katrina Räty

Department: Clinical Neurosciences

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I am originally from Canada and completed my Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Neuroscience at Carleton University in Ottawa. Afterwards, I moved to Helsinki, Finland to complete my Master’s degree. I finished my Master of Science degree and continued to do a PhD. My doctoral research centred around modelling Parkinson’s disease in order to test new therapies.

Dr Juan Rodriguez-Molina

Subject: Biochemistry and Structural Biology

Institution: MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology


From October 2019

Dr Christopher Jenkins

Subject: Law

Department/institution: Faculty of Law 

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Dr Bipasha Chakraborty

Subject: Physics

Department/institution: Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics 

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Dr Juan Manuel Bermúdez-García

Subject: Material Sciences

Department/institution: Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy

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Juan Manuel Bermúdez-García is a PhD in Environmental and Fundamental Chemistry by the University of A Coruña (Spain). His research is focused on the design and study of multifunctional hybrid organic-inorganic materials that can provide innovative solutions to the current environmental challenges.

Dr Boyang Shen

Subject: Engineering

Department/institution: Department of Engineering

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Dr Adrian Mihai

Subject: Philosophy

Department/institution: Faculty of Divinity

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