Corinne May-Chahal

Professor Corinne May-Chahal (Lancaster University) has extensive experience of leading and supporting large national and international multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional projects, research with and for children and young people, particularly monitoring personal and interpersonal security and insecurity and also gambling and leisure transgressions including developing impact assessment methodologies to evaluate regulatory developments.  She has led a number of research projects concerning gambling including the DCMS funded UK Gambling Impact Assessment Framework, the ESRC funded seminar series International Transformations: Preventing Gambling Harm and research on Tracking Vulnerability and Resilience in Gambling Crime Careers.  Corinne has taken a number of public roles outside the academy such as; founding Co-Chair of the College of Social Work, a founding member of the Family Justice Council (consumer representative for Children), a member of the Munro Review of Child Protection and she is currently chair of the NICE CCSC Child Abuse and Neglect Clinical Guideline Development Group.