PhD Students (by alphabetical order)
Hometowns: New Orleans, LA, USA & Soignies, Belgium
Annelise is a Ph.D. student in Psychological Sciences (2019-2023). After a BS in Psychology & Gender Studies at Tulane University (New Orleans, LA, USA), she graduated from KU Leuven in 2019 with an MA in Research Psychology. She is interested in investigating how early social and environmental factors influence child development, as well as the etiological mechanisms of psychopathology that involve childhood stressors. Annelise is also highly interested in research methods per se. Her current research involves applying network analysis and intensive time-series methods to disentangle the temporal dynamics of parental burnout. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Hometown: Grez-Doiceau, Belgium
Charlotte is a Ph.D. student in Psychological Sciences (2017-2021; Ph.D. studentship from « L'Hôpital Psychiatrique du Beau Vallon »). She graduated from UCLouvain in 2014 with an MA in Clinical Neuropsychology. She is particularly interested in the intersection of neuropsychology and clinical psychology, and her research focuses on the role of executive processes in the co-occurrence of depression and generalized anxiety. She is also interested in the use of brain stimulation techniques (i.e., tDCS) and neuropsychological training in anxiety and related-psychopathology. She can be reached at
Hometown: Bonheiden, Belgium
Yorgo is a Ph.D. student in Psychological Sciences (2018-2022). He graduated from UCLouvain in 2018 with an MA in Clinical Psychology. His research focuses on the application of network analysis to capture the complex dynamic interplay between transdiagnostic processes that are assumed to be involved in the maintenance of anxiety and related psychopathology. He is also interested in the impact of clinical interventions (CBT and brain stimulation) on such transdiagnostic processes. He can be reached at
Camille Mouguiama Daouda
Hometown: Libreville, Gabon
Camille is a Ph.D. student in Psychological Sciences (2019-2023). He graduated from the University of Poitiers, France, in 2019 with an MSc in both Clinical and Research Psychology. His main research agendas focus on understanding the psychological mechanisms of climate change anxiety, especially in the potent role of intolerance to uncertainty. Camille is also interested in psychological research methods, and especially in measurement tools development and network analysis. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hometown: Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Emmanuelle is a master student in both Biomedical Sciences (Research Focus – Neurosciences) and Philosophy, from UCLouvain. She is interested in neuromodulation, affective science, attention control, and interdisciplinary questions at the interplay between neurosciences, psychology, and philosophy. During her internship, she focuses on a meta-scientific approach to the impact of neuromodulation on attention networks. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Hometown: Lyon, France
Jordan is a master student of the research track in Psychological Sciences of Uclouvain (2019-2021). His main research interests are in emotion regulation, social psychology, and advanced data analytical approaches (e.g., machine learning and network analyses). During his internship, he collaborates on a study involving temporal network analysis of parental burnout via intensive longitudinal research designs (co-supervision with M.A. Blanchard). He can be reached at