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External Research Funding

Harold, G. T., Livingstone, S., Perez-Vallejos, E., Ford, T., Sonuga-Barke, E., Hollis, C. (2018-2022). The Nurture Network: Promoting Young People’s Mental Health in a Digital World. UKRI-Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) (£1,249,969).

Harold, G. T., Hampden-Thompson, G., Watters, C., Cassell, J. (2017-2022). Developing an Integrated and Interdisciplinary Practice-Based Training Model aimed at Improving Mental Health Outcomes for Children, Parents and Families. Rudd Family Foundation (£1.5 million).

Horwood, J., R., Boden, J., O’Donovan, M., Harold, G. T., (2016-2021). The Christchurch Health and Development Study – Birth to 42 years. Health Research Council of New Zealand ($NZ 3,914,157).

Sellers, R., Harold, G. T. (2016-2019). Examining family processes as a mechanism for the intergenerational transmission of risk for depression and aggression in children and adolescents. The Economic and Social Research Council Future Leaders Initiative, (£135,992)

Sellers, R., Harold G.T., (2016) Examining the added value provided by Child Contact Centres, commissioned by the Welsh government, through CAFCASS Cymru (£4,999)

Harold, G. T. (2016). Scoping project on family relationships and child mental health. Early Intervention Foundation (EIF), (£10,800).

Harold, G.T. (2016-2017).  Provision of Academic Support of Couple Relationships and Child Outcomes. Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), (£14,874) CCHR16B37

Harold, G. T., Hampden-Thompson, G. (2015). An evaluation of the AdOpt parenting programme. National Implementation Service (NIS) and Department for Education (DfE), (£202,000).

Harold, G. T. (2015-2017). Genetically informative studies of children’s mental health and development using the in vitro fertilisation method. Tomsk University, (£19,000).

Harold, G. T. (2015-16). Reviewing the evidence for early intervention of interparental conflict effects on children. Department for Work and Pensions and Early Intervention Foundation (DWP/EIF), (£35,000).

Harold, G. T., Thapar, A., Leve, L. D., Neiderhiser, J. (2015-2016). Utilising adoption-based research designs to examine the interplay between family relationship processes and child developmental outcomes. Economic and Social Research Council, (£199,605).

Harold, G. T. (2015). Updating the CAFCASS Cymru Child and Adolescent Welfare Assessment Checklist (CC-CAWAC). The Welsh Government, (£4,990).

Harold, G. T. (2015). Establishing a new pregnancy cohort longitudinal study of children and parents: Feasibility for assessment of mothers and children conceived through IVF. Tomsk State University/Russian Academy of Sciences, (£21,000)

Harold, G. T. (2015-2016). Implementing a parent support programme aimed at improving psychological outcomes for child witnesses of domestic abuse. Barnardos Wales (£80,000).

Collishaw, S., Harold, G. T., Aria, R., Gardner, F., Maughan, B. (2013-2015).  Psychosocial resilience in adolescent offspring of mothers with depression: Testing competing mechanisms. The Economic and Social Research Council (£285, 700)

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Rudd Centre
Faculty of Education
University of Cambridge
184 Hills Road

Centre Director

Professor Gordon Harold

Centre Deputy Director

Dr Ruth Sellers