Research Fellow, Modelling team

Aase Villadsen

Aase is a Research Associate based at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies at UCL. She has a PhD from Oxford University in Social Intervention, and a background in Sociology. Her role on the ActEarly project is related to the modelling of long-term outcomes of interventions by using external datasets for the exploration of relationships between predictors in early life and outcomes later in life. Aase has worked extensively with data from UK longitudinal cohort-studies, especially in relations to family factors associated with child and adolescent mental health and associated outcomes. Previous research roles include the area of developmental criminology and parenting intervention evaluation.

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In each of these areas, we are working with local communities, local authorities and other national organisations to understand how we can help families live healthier and more active lives.

Rachel Benchekroun

Sociologist and Ethnographer, Healthy Livelihoods

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