PhD (University of Nottingham)
Liza Jachens is a researcher and professor in the Psychology Department with a specialization in Occupational Health Psychology. Her projects include determining the health and well-being of humanitarian workers across several international organizations, most notably the United Nations. In this field she has publications on stress and its relationship to heavy drinking and burnout. She also has a publication in the field of infant cognitive development from her time at Royal Holloway, University of London where she helped manage the Royal Holloway Baby Lab. Jachens has taught at several universities, in the UK and abroad, and currently teaches social psychology and communication across cultures at Webster University Geneva.