I am a postdoctoral researcher in psychiatric epidemiology at the Forensic Psychiatry group led by Professor Seena Fazel. My research focuses on the association between mental disorders and adverse outcomes, such as criminal recidivism and mortality. Another area of my research is the application of dynamic risk prediction models to forensic risk assessment in sentenced populations.
I studied clinical psychology at Lomonosov Moscow State University and forensic psychology at Maastricht University. Ultimately, I received my doctorate from Oxford University. In addition to my studies, I worked as a disaster mental health practitioner and a CBT therapist.