Spring 2015

Kostas Papageorgiou passes his PhD viva

The GEL lab are delighted to announce that Kostas Papageorgiou recently passed his viva!  His PhD thesis was entitled “Individual differences in infant visual attention: Links to child temperament, behavior and genetic variation” and he was supervised by Dr Angelica Ronald and Professor Michael Thomas.  Congratulations Dr Papageorgiou!

Two former GEL lab members take up lectureships

Two members of the GEL lab have left to take up lectureships.
Dr Kostas Papageorgiou, who completed his PhD at GEL with Dr Angelica Ronald, left to take up a lectureship at London Metropolitan University.
Dr Sania Shakoor, who worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the GEL lab between 2012-2014, has started a lectureship at Kingston University.

GEL lab publish new systematic review of recent quantitative genetic research on psychotic experiences.

Dr Angelica Ronald, director of the GEL lab, has recently published a review of quantitative genetic research on psychotic experiences. The article is freely available here.