Dr. Angela Aristidou joined UCL in 2020. Angela received her PhD from the University of Cambridge and masters from Harvard University. She received a junior fellowship at Stanford University’s Centre for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS, Summer 2017). She is Chair of the Research Advisory Board of the international Relational Coordination Research Collaborative (2020-2022). Angela’s work has been published in the Academy of Management Journal (top ranked, interdisciplinary). Other work has been published in high-profile handbooks and disseminated through panels, roundtables and talks in academia and industry.
Angela has been awarded a seven-year Future Leader Fellowship by UK Research Innovation (2020-2027) to lead a team of researchers in the study of cross-sector innovations: those innovations that emerge when public organizations come together with third sector organizations (charities, non-governmental and voluntary organizations) to deliver services. This is a cross-country comparative research program (USA, UK and Canada) with collaborations at Stanford and MIT.
Past research was funded by a Fulbright award, the NASA Biomedical Research Institute, the UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR CLAHRC), an international grant by the Onassis Foundation, and a BT Fellowship.