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honorary senior Research fellow at queen mary University of london and Research associate at the gillberg neuropsychiatry centre, University of gothenburg (sweden) studying the role of vitamin d in the essence syndromes, i.e. autism, adhd and schizophrenia. one of a limited number of people researching this area internationally. over the past 10 years, has built up extensive research Project Management expertise; this includes Recruiting the research team, Sourcing research participants and managing the data capture and Analysis process. as a Clinical psychology assistant with coral psychology ltd, work has focused on children and young adults that have neurodevelopmental disorders and/or acquired brain injury (abi). provided clients with cognitive rehabilitation and Training, counselling approaches and positive behavioural support. now undertaking research in the areas of vitamin d and autism, adhd and epilepsy.


Current Experience

  • Honorary Senior Research Fellow

    Since February 2016
    vitamin d and autism, adhd and schizophrenia. Vitamin D and autism, ADHD and schizophrenia.

  • Research associate

    Since July 2014
    Research in autism and vitamin d Research in autism and vitamin D

  • Clinical Psychology Assistant

    Since May 2011
    • cognitive rehabilitation and Training • psychometric assessments, interviews and observational assessments of Clinical history, emotional and behavioural functioning and adaptive functioning • interventions for cognitive impairments (e.g. cogmed working memory Training, face recognition Training) • counselling approaches and positive behavioural support • frequent liaison with family, school and medical services • Cognitive rehabilitation and training • Psychometric assessments, interviews and observational assessments of clinical history, emotional and behavioural functioning and adaptive functioning • Interventions for cognitive impairments (e.g. Cogmed Working Memory Training, Face Recognition training) • Counselling approaches and positive behavioural support • Frequent liaison with family, school and medical services

Past Experience

  • researcher

    February 2008 --- June 2014
    (1) measuring Health/stress in children with developmental impairments • participants’ recruitment • organizing collection and management of data • Analysis of study findings for Publications • frequent liaison with family and medical services (2) study of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (hpa) axis in children with a history of severe maltreatment (changes in their basal cortisol levels, cognitive development, sleep, social skills, attachment patterns) • managing the Research project • recruitment • organizing collection and management of data • Academic Writing/presentation - Analysis, oral/poster Presentations, Research meetings (3) Gene-environment interaction in autism: a population study of risk factors for autism spectrum disorders in the faroe islands (phd) • in-depth studies of prevalence of autism, stability of this group of disorders and possible genetic, epigenetic and environmental factors influencing its aetiology (e.g. mercury and vitamin d) • networking and establishing international collaboration, delegating and coordinating work and supervising of younger colleagues and students • organizing of collection and management of data and remote access to Databases • analysing data for Publications, oral and poster Presentations and participation in grant Applications • literature search / systematic reviews • Academic Writing including several 1st author Publications • presenting at Research meetings / conferences (4) assistant Clinical Psychologist, camhs academic team, nhs yorkhill Hospital: 2008-2009 • administration, scoring and interpretation of neuropsychological Testing and semi-structured questionnaires, (e.g., cognitive tests, manchester child attachment story test (mcast), Diagnostic interview for social and Communication disorders (disco), development and well-being assessment (dawba), etc. mellow parenting - coding • participation in multidisciplinary consultations and assessments

  • Research Chemist

    September 1985 --- September 1989
    • design and development of a synthesis of anti-Cancer antibiotics ‘daunomycin’ and ‘adriamycine’ • technological innovations • meeting organization and chairing • supervising technicians • Report Writing • safety officer


LinkedIn Assessment :
ResearchProject ManagementAcademic WritingCognitive AssessmentQuantitative ResearchNeuropsychologyAutism Spectrum DisordersPervasive Developmental DisordersAcquired Brain InjuryLearning DisabilitiesReactive Attachment DisorderAcademic AdvisingCognitive RehabilitationData AnalysisDatabasesQualitative ResearchPublic SpeakingPolicyTeachingClinical Nutrition

Skills and Expertise

Self Assessment :
Analytical skills Analyze data Interpret data Write papersConduct literature searchesConduct studiesCoordinationData entryDesign studiesInterpret research resultsLiaise with doctors and other professionals throughout the studyLiaise with research teamlifesciencemanaging a small teamManuscript preparationOral presentationOrganise meetingsOrganise steering committeeOversee data collectionPatient liaisonPatient recruitmentPrepare manuscriptproject managementPublication of articlesResearch at universitiesScreen patientsSearch literature on clinical trialsSet up research projectsSolve problemsStatistical analysisWork collaboratively with the other members of the clinical research team Write papers


  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Psychology from The University of Glasgow in 2014
  • Master of Science (MSc) in Psychological Studies from The University of Glasgow in 2006
  • RNDr Rerum Naturalium Doctor in Organic Chemistry from Charles University in Prague in 1986
  • Certificate in Counselling Skills in Counseling Psychology from The University of Glasgow in 0000
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nutrition from University of Roehampton in 0000

Training and Certification

  • Certificate in Counselling Skills, COSCA, University of Glasgow, 2006 in 0000 Certification


BrightOwl Assessment:
Self Assessment:
Full Proficiency

Work Preferences

  • Notice Period:
    4 weeks
  • Positions I am interested in:
    Associate Scientist Post-doctoral Fellow Research associate Research fellow researcher Scientific Associate Scientific Researcher scientific translator Senior Scientist
  • Locations I am interested in:
    London, United Kingdom
  • Work From Home:
    Yes, 0 to 2 days per week
  • International:

Area / Region

London, United Kingdom


Driving License
  • Yes

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