Dr. Cyrille K. Kokou-Kpolou


Dr. Cyrille K. Kokou-Kpolou


Dr. Cyrille Kossigan Kokou-Kpolou gained a MSc degree in applied clinical and health psychology at University of Lomé, Togo (2011) and completed his Ph.D at University of Picardy Jules Verne, Amiens, France (2014-2017), where he served as Assistant Professor (2016-2019). His main research contributions embrace a broad array of cross-disciplinary topics such as bereavement, prolonged grief disorder, as well as co-occurring psychological vulnerabilities (e.g., PTSD, depression, suicide) and posttraumatic well-being and growth.

Besides being a collaborator at Interdisciplinary Research in Resilience and Cognition Laboratory (InteRRaCt Lab), Queen's University Belfast (UK), Dr Kokou-Kpolou is involved in many international Covid-19 mental health projects.

He is currently working at the V-TRaC research Lab, University of Ottawa, as a postdoctoral fellow on research project related to the Ebola Virus Disease in the DR Congo and Community Mental Health.

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