The International Trauma Consortium
Advancing research in global psychotraumatology
MSCA European Psychotraumatology Research Unit
The MSCA European Psychotraumatology Research Unit is focused on bringing together academic and non-academic researchers and organisations based in Europe to positively affect the lives of people who have experienced trauma in their life.
Emerging from a European Commission funded project called CONTEXT (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 722523), the primary mission of the MSCA European Psychotraumatology Research Unit is to produce world-leading academic research in conjunction with organisations who serve the needs of traumatised people. Our goal is to ensure the rapid translation of research findings into practice.
Research Fellows of the MSCA European Psychotraumatology Research Unit
Dr Camila Perera, Researcher, Office of UNICEF Research - Innocenti.
Dr Rachel Frost, Clinical Psychologist Trainee, King's College London.
Dr Kinan Aldamman, Regional Staff Psychosocial Support Coordinator for Asia and Pacific at International Committee of the Red Cross - ICRC.
Dr Maria Louison Vang, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Southern Denmark.
Ms Larissa Sherwood, Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin.
Dr Aine Travers, Research Fellow, Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin.
Dr Ida Haahr-Pedersen, Researcher at Børnehus Hovedstaden, The Danish Children Centre for the Capital Region.
Dr Catherine Walshe, Health Research Board.
Ms Tracey McDonagh, Clinical Psychologist Trainee, University of Glasgow.