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Elena Triantafillopoulou

Elena Triantafillopoulou

Research Assistant

Research interests

  • Mental Health
  • Psychology

Biography

Elena joined the Social, Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry Centre in 2022 as a research assistant.

Elena has been working on the Catalogue of Mental Health Measures and the Landscaping International Longitudinal Datasets project. Her role also involves working as the project manager of Findable, Accessible and Reusable curated mental health data for DATAMIND, the Health Data Research Hub for Mental Health.

Elena holds a dual BSc in Biology and Psychology and a certificate in Public and Professional Writing from the University of Central Florida, after which she completed the MSc in Developmental Psychology and Psychopathology at King’s College London.

 

Expertise and Public Engagement

 

Key Publications

Research

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Landscaping International Longitudinal Datasets

A global mapping of large-scale longitudinal datasets with the potential for transformative research on depression, anxiety and psychosis.

Project status: Ongoing

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Catalogue of Mental Health Measures

The Catalogue of Mental Health Measures provides easy access to information about mental health measures to maximise the uptake of existing longitudinal data.

Project status: Ongoing

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Platforms for Longitudinal Mental Health Data (PALM)

The Platforms for Longitudinal Mental Health Data (PALM) team, led by Professor Louise Arseneault, focuses on increasing the discoverability and accessibility of longitudinal mental health data.

Research

LILD Header (780 x 440 px)
Landscaping International Longitudinal Datasets

A global mapping of large-scale longitudinal datasets with the potential for transformative research on depression, anxiety and psychosis.

Project status: Ongoing

CMHM Header (780 x 440 px)
Catalogue of Mental Health Measures

The Catalogue of Mental Health Measures provides easy access to information about mental health measures to maximise the uptake of existing longitudinal data.

Project status: Ongoing

PALM logo (780 x 440 px)
Platforms for Longitudinal Mental Health Data (PALM)

The Platforms for Longitudinal Mental Health Data (PALM) team, led by Professor Louise Arseneault, focuses on increasing the discoverability and accessibility of longitudinal mental health data.