Leonard Cheshire Development Centre

Ellie Cole

Academic Administrator

Ellie Cole





Email: ellie.cole@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)20 3108 3146

Internal: 53146






About

Ellie is the Centre's Academic Administrator. She is responsible for the administration and oversight of all Centre activities, including supporting funding applications and the coordination of existing research projects.

Ellie is a 2005 graduate from the University of East Anglia, with additional studies at the University of California at Berkeley. She has a keen interest in disability and her research interests include the effect of climate change on persons with disabilities and compounding effects of multiple vulnerabilities, with particular focus on ageing and disability.

Ellie supports the research team and has contributed to a number of projects, including a systematic review for AusAid and reports for UNESCO and UNICEF.

Publications

Lansdown, G., Groce, N., Deluca, M., Cole, E., Berman-Bieler, R., Mitra, G., Farkas, A., Sabbe, L., Burlyaeva-Norman, A. (2013) Children and Young People with Disabilities: Fact Sheet. New York: UNICEF [link]

Wapling, L., Challenger, E., Cole, E., Lang, R., Kett, M., Groce, N. (2013) Research Toolkit for Disabled People’s Organisations: How to undertake and use applied research. London: Leonard Cheshire Disability [link]

Paciello, M., Fida, R., Cerniglia, L., Tramontano, C., Cole, E. (2013) High Cost Helping Scenario: the Role of Empathy, Prosocial Reasoning and Moral Disengagement on Helping Behavior, Personality and Individual Differences

Paciello, M., Fida, R., Tramontano, C., Cole, E., Cerniglia, L. (2013) Moral dilemma in adolescence: The role of values, prosocial moral reasoning and moral disengagement in helping decision making. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10(2):190-205.

Lang, R., Groce, N., Cole, E. (March 2013). Conceptualising the linkages between the Social Determinants of Health and Disability (Working Paper 19) [link]

Design

McMullan, B. (2013). Tales from an Imaginary Country (Working Paper 22) [link]