UCL Health of the Public


Meet the Committee

The Early Careers Network Committee is here to serve early and mid-career researchers who work in the health of the public field across UCL.

We aim to run 8-10 events throughout the year. These will include seminars, workshops and networking events that provide practical advice, opportunities for discussion and a platform to raise awareness of the challenges facing early career researchers. 

Our goal is to be inclusive and responsive to the needs of UCL's early career scientists. We therefore ask that you contact us with questions, comments and suggestions on the sort of events and activities that you would like the network to run.

Committee members

Dr Sophie Bennett (Co-chair)

Research Associate
UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

Sophie ECN

Dr Dorina Cadar (Co-chair)

Senior Research Fellow
UCL Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care

Dorina ECN

Dr Evangelia Chrysikou

The Bartlett Real Estate Institute
UCL Faculty of the Built Environment

Evangelia ECN

Paula De Souza Leao Spinola

PhD student
Institute for Global Health


Dr Anastasia Kalea

Research Associate
Centre for Cardiovascular Genetics, UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science
and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Department of Metabolism and Experimental Therapeutics

Anastasia ECN

Dr Daniel Kelberman 

Senior Research Associate
Genetics and Genomic Medicine
UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

Daniel ECN

Dr Danielle Lamb

Senior Research Fellow
Applied Health Research
UCL Institute of Epidemiology & Health

Danielle ECN

Dr Jennifer McGowan

Teaching Fellow
Applied Health Research
Institute of Epidemiology & Health
Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

Senior Teaching Fellow
IOE - Psychology & Human Development
UCL Institute of Education                                                                                                                                    

Jenny McGowen ECN

Dr Louise Mc Grath-Lone

Research Fellow in Public Health Data Science
Institute of Health Informatics
Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

Louise Mc Grath-Lone