Ph.D. Supervision

Dr. Maria Ttofi

University Lecturer in Psychological Criminology

Data Protection Officer for Criminology

BA 2000, BA 2005, MPhil 2006, PhD 2009

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Ph.D. Supervision

Maria would be keen to supervise PhD students interested in the interplay between psychology and crime, including issues of family, school and social factors related to juvenile delinquency and youth offending; youth aggression and victimization; criminal careers; crime and health. Students wishing to get in contact informally in order to discuss potential research ideas are welcome to email her, with a brief CV and a short research proposal. I mainly supervise doctoral theses that use a quantitative approach.

Dr Ttofi is the Deputy Director of the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development. She strongly welcomes research proposals for PhD projects utilizing CSDD data. Interested applicants are encouraged to approach her (email: for initial inquiries and further guidance.

  • Rebecca Raffan-Gowar
    Cost-benefit analyses of crime prevention programmes
  • Hannah Gaffney
    What works in Cyber Bullying Intervention and Prevention? Exploring effective intervention/prevention strategies and neglected risk factors.
  • Kim Reising
    Crime and Health: Long-term bidirectional and intergenerational effects between mental/physical health and offending behavior