FABIO SANI | University of Dundee | CHAIRPERSON

Professor Fabio Sani (School of Social Sciences, Psychology, University of Dundee) is a social and health psychologist with a main research interest in the interplay between group processes, social identity, sense of belonging, and mental health. He has led a number of research projects, mostly funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), including the cross-national and longitudinal ‘Health in Groups’ project. He regularly publishes his research results in international academic journals within the fields of social, health, clinical, and developmental psychology, as well as psychiatry and behavioural medicine. He has either co-authored or edited four books, including a social psychology textbook published by McGraw-Hill. He has been an associate editor of the European Journal of Social Psychology.  Professor Sani’s research >








DANIEL FREEMAN | University of Oxford

Professor Daniel Freeman (Department of Psychiatry; University of Oxford) is a clinical psychologist and a leading researcher of persecutory delusions. Drawing on a variety of approaches, including epidemiological studies, psychological experiments, clinical trials, and a ground-breaking virtual reality laboratory, he aims to develop carefully tested psychological treatments that will truly make a difference. He regularly publishes his research in top international academic journals, and he is the author of several books, including Overcoming Paranoid Thoughts: A Self-Help Guide using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques (Robinson, 2016). Professor Freeman’s research >

CRAIG MORGAN | King’s College, London

Professor Craig Morgan (Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London) is a social psychiatrist and a psychiatry epidemiologist, with a main research interest in the social and cultural influences on the onset, course and outcome of mental health problems, particularly during adolescence. He has led multi-country programmes on these topics, funded by, among others, the Medical Research Council and the European Union. He has published over 150 academic papers on these topics, and edited two books, that is Society and Psychosis (Cambridge University Press, 2008), and Principles of Social Psychiatry (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010). He is editor-in-chief of the journal Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology. Professor Morgan’s research >