Dr Charlotte Krahé holds a BSc in Psychology (2009) and an MSc in Psychiatry (2010) from Cardiff University, and a PhD in Psychology and Neuroscience from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London (2014). Charlotte worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Katlab (www.fotopoulou.com) from 2014-2015, in the Cognition in Emotional Disorders and Resilience (CEDAR) group at King’s College London from 2015-2018, and joined the University of Liverpool as Lecturer in Clinical Psychology in January 2019. She is Research Tutor for Year 1 on the Liverpool DClinPsychol course.
Charlotte's research uses methods from experimental psychology and social cognitive neuroscience to investigate how social interactions influence the experience of pain. She also researches mechanisms underlying repetitive negative thinking in emotional disorders (see Research tab for more information).
Charlotte is Award Lecture winner at the British Science Festival 2022: https://www.britishscienceassociation.org/news/award-lectures-british-science-festival-2022