Elena Geangu (principal investigator) I have done all my university degrees at ‘Babes-Bolyai University’ in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. After few years of postdoctoral fellowships around the world and a lectureship at Lancaster University, in October 2017, I took a lectureship in the Department of Psychology at the University of York.
I am a first year PhD student being supervised by Dr Elena Geangu here at York. My PhD project examines infants’ emotional expression processing in the context of their own emotional states and temperamental characteristics. I come from Oldham, in Greater Manchester, and read Experimental Psychology at The University of Oxford. I then went on to complete my MRes in Psychology at the University of York. Social developmental research has always interested me, especially given that my first job was as a Nursery Nurse back in Oldham.
I’m originally from Bulgaria and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of York. My work and voluntary experience mainly revolve around education, coaching and research. I’m interested in pursuing a career in academia, hence I’m working with Dr Geangu in order to gain further research experience in the field of Developmental Neuroscience.
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