Global Engagement Funds 2022/23 recipients
10 January 2023
In the eighth round of the UCL Global Engagement Funds (GEF), more than 70 academics were awarded funding to support their collaborations with colleagues around the world.
A total of 72 academics, across all 11 UCL faculties, were awarded up to £5,000 per project to further their interntaional collaborations in the latest round of the Global Engagement Funds (GEF).
This year's GEF projects will see UCL academics collaborating with partners in countries including Taiwan, Poland, the Marshall Islands, Palestine, Samoa and Cuba.
The projects include a wide array of innovative research initiatives, such as developing a singing intervention for Greek mothers with postpartum depression, harnessing wasps as pest controllers for Cameroonian farmers, and torture prevention in Chile.
Congratulations to all the 2022/23 GEF recipients:
Arts & Humanities - Anna Garnett, Thomas Kador, Emily McGiffin, Phiroze Vasunia
The Bartlett - Francesco Di Maddaloni, Shih-Che Hsu, Tin Oberman, Daniel Oviedo, Alexandra Panman, Haim Yacobi
Brain Sciences - Marta Andres, Lucy Chisman-Russell, Nicholas Lesica, Heba Morsy, Naaheed Mukadam, Jennifer Rodd, Jeremy Skipper, Hugo Spiers, Aida Suarez Gonzalez
Engineering - Aiduan Borrion, Gemma Cremen, James Haworth, Sanjeev Kumar, Lillian Yun Yung Luk, Paul, Shearing, Carla Washbourne, Michael Woodrow
IOE - Kaori Kitagawa, Rosa Mendizabal, Hayley Mills, Jane Perryman, Aikaterini Nina Politimou, Matt Somerville, Katherine Twamley, Zachary Walker, Keri Ka-Yee Wong, Yan Zhu
Laws - Virginia Mantouvalou, Martins Paparinskis, Kimberley Trapp
Life Sciences - Joanne Santini, Maria Secrier, Seirian Sumner
Maths & Physical Sciences - Deb Baker, Nathan Green, Yulia Ioffe, Bing Li, Thanh Nguyen, Alethea Tabor, Punam Yadav
Medical Sciences - Jinke Chang, James Kelly, Hugh Montgomery, Maxine Tran, Cecilia Vindrola
Population Health Sciences - Elizabeth Chappell, Wendy Heywood, Radhika Jain, Nushrat Khan, Marthe Le Prevost, Hattie Lowe, Mel Ramasawmy, Stephen Roberts, Judith Stephenson, Martin Widschwendter, Honghan Wu
Social & Historical Sciences - Pushpa Arabindoo, Par Engstrom, Viv Jones, Elaine Leong, Renata Peters, Lauge Poulsen