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Dr Saradamoyee Chatterjee's fascinating research includes mental health, human trafficking, migration, violence, and climate change.

Dr Saradamoyee Chatterjee is a Lucy Bye-Fellow, Director of Studies in Land Economy, and Affiliated Lecturer in migration and human trafficking at the Centre of Development Studies. She is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking and a Lecturer and Mentor in migration and human trafficking at the Cambridge Centre for International Research.

In March 2022, Dr Chatterjee published a chapter entitled ‘The Higher Education Experience of Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Impact on Mental Well-Being: A Review of the Literature’ in A. P. Francis and M. A. Carter (eds.), Mental Health and Higher Education in Australia. The chapter evaluates the impact of the virtual transformation of higher education on students by reviewing research studies across different countries to understand the mental health challenges and coping strategies adopted by the students during the pandemic.

On the 18th of May, she presented at the Oxford Migration Conference. A one-page article based on the presentation was recently published in the migration and mobility magazine Routed. The article is called 'Climate change and (im)mobility of persons with disabilities’.

Her paper 'Migration, gender-based violence, and HIV risk in urban spaces: Evidence from India and Africa' is accepted for presentation at the Development Studies Association's annual conference (DSA2022) in July.

Read Sarada’s Bye-Fellow’s profile here