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Professor Eamon McCrory, Director of Postgraduate Studies

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Professor Eamon McCrory is Director of Postgraduate Studies at the Centre which currently comprises 10 UCL programmes, ranging from certificate to doctoral level, with over 300 students enrolled. 

Eamon completed his PhD at UCL in cognitive neuroscience before undertaking doctoral training in clinical psychology at KCL. He now co-directs the Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit ( at UCL and has a research focus on early adversity in childhood. His work uses brain imaging and psychological approaches to shed light on our understanding of how childhood maltreatment can increase vulnerability to later mental health problems and advance our understanding of prevention and intervention.  

Eamon is also visiting professor at the Yale Child Study Center and co-chair of the UK Trauma Council.