Ulrike Ravens-Sieberer, Prof. Dr. phil., MPH
Deputy Clinical Director
Head of Research
Research Director "Child Public Health"
Ulrike Ravens-Sieberer manages the Research Division "Child Public Health" which is a subdivision of the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics of the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf. Under her supervision the division conducts national and international studies about child and adolescent health.
Secretary, Administrative assistant
Ilka Joseph supports the research division carrying out organisational and administrative tasks. Apart from that she is commissioned with record processing and correspondence.
Fionna Klasen, PD Dr. phil. Dipl.-Psych.
Fionna Klasen is in charge of the BELLA study. Her responsibilities include study coordination, presentation of results during national and international symposia, as well as compilation of articles for publication.
Her research focuses on 'Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in children and adolescents from war torn regions' within the scope of "Children for Tomorrow".
Christiane Otto, Dr. rer. hum. biol. Dipl.-Psych.
Christiane Otto responds to user questions concerning measures which were developed in the department and she publishes in the field of Health-Related Quality of Life. Christiane Otto is focusing on statistical methods, especially on modern methods for validating psychological instruments.
Veronika Ottová-Jordan, Dr. PH, MPH
Veronika Ottová-Jordan is currently working as a research associate in the research unit "Child Public Health" where she is leading the 'Health Behaviour in School-aged Children' (HBSC) study in Hamburg. Furthermore, she is also involved in the EU RICHE project ("Research Into Child Health in Europe") and in the Kids-CAT project. Apart from this she works on various publications within HBSC and KIDSCREEN, and participates in various activities within the international HBSC network.
Dana Barthel, Dr. rer. biol. hum. Dipl.-Psych.
Dana Barthel is in charge of the Kids-CAT study. Her responsibilities include study organisation and analysis of the Kids-CAT data.
Franziska Reiß, Dipl. Soz.
Franzsika Reiß is currently working as a Research associate on the Research unit "Child Public Health" where she is a staff member of the BELLA-study. Her Research interest focuses on social inequality and mental health of children and adolescents in Germany.
Anne-Catherine Haller, Dipl.-Psych. - on maternity leave -
Anne-Catherine Haller is tasked with the conduction of the current BELLA study wave. Her diploma thesis was related to the mental health and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of children in Kosovo. The project has the status of a HBSC Linked Project. Her PhD pertains to determinants of mental health and HRQoL in children and adolescents in Germany. She is a member of the junior research group "Preventive strategies for mental health of children and adolescents" and co-chair of the "International Society of Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL)", special interest group "Child Health".
Ann-Katrin Meyrose, M. Sc. Psych.
Ann-Katrin Meyrose is currently working as a research associate in the research division "Child Public Health". On the project regarding educational yields for well-being in parents, children, adolescents, and young adults funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, her responsibilities are the analysis and processing of the BELLA data in cooperation with the German Youth Institute and the Ludwigs-Maximilians-University Munich. Her PhD pertains to the topic "Education & Well-being".
Aljoscha Czepoks works as a student research assistant in the research section "Child Public Health". He fulfils a supportive role, especially as a computer scientist.
Karoline Habermann, B. Sc. Psych.
Karoline Habermann works as a research assistant in the research unit "Child Public Health". She is your contact person for inquiries concerning the KIDSCREEN- and KINDL-Questionnaires and supports the team with organizing and coordinating activities as well as communication tasks.
Toni Klein, B.A. Health Promotion and Health Management
Toni Klein works as a research assistant in the research unit. She is your contact person for inquiries concerning the KIDSCREEN- and KINDL-Questionnaires. Furthermore, she supports the team with coordinating activities and communication tasks as well as within conducting the BELLA study. She also wrote her bachelor thesis within the context of the BELLA study.