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Dr Daniel Hayes
1-19 Torrington Place
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  • Senior Research Fellow in Social Science
  • Behavioural Science and Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

Research Summary

Daniel Hayes is a Senior Research Fellow at the Social Biobehavioural Research Group at UCL (www.tinyurl.com/UCL-SBRG). Daniel studied his PhD at University College London and postdoctoral work at the Evidence Based Practice Unit (part of University College London and the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families) and Kings College London. During his postdocs, he managed 2 of the worlds largest Randomised Control Trials in schools, investigating the impact of universal prevention programmes to improve mental health and wellbeing and also investigated the impact of Recovery Colleges to improve mental health. His work focuses on mental health and wellbeing for children and young people, with an emphasis on person-centred approaches and social, cultural and community support. His current research is exploring how best to implement social prescribing and its impact on different populations.


Daniel has received over £2 million in research funding as Principal, Co-Principal and Co-Investigator

Teaching Summary

Daniel supervises postgraduate and doctoral students in social, cultural and community mental health and behavioural science and teaches across a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at UCL. He welcomes applications from prospective doctoral students.


He is module co-lead for the BSc Module Health and BehaviourDaniel 

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