Elliot Negru

Consultant – London office

Elliot Negru is a Research Consultant in the London office. He has an academic background in Psychology and Early Childhood Studies and has recently completed a Masters in Clinical Mental Health. He works across a range of areas including mental health, children and young people and employability, specialising in LGBTQ+ health, gender, loneliness and wellbeing. Elliot is experienced in both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, with an interest in involving stakeholders as much as possible in every aspect of the research process. He wishes to bring a youthful and contemporary perspective to research and to better understand how LGBTQ+ individuals navigate both their mental health and sexuality/gender identity and how interventions that help reduce minority stress and poor psychological outcomes can be promoted.

Specialist areas

  • Transgender and gender diverse health
  • Quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and data analysis
  • Mental health and health services
  • Gender and sexuality studies


  • NHS England – Evaluation of new pilot Gender Dysphoria Services
  • CHK Foundation – Evaluation of the Gloucestershire Mentoring Programme supporting young women and girls
  • Impact on Urban Health – Innovation in Social Care
  • Walcot Foundation – Learning and evaluation partner for the Bounceback Programme
  • Lancashire Building Better Opportunities
  • Catch 22 – Creativity for All Programme

Little weaknesses

  • Massive Lego enthusiast
  • (Badly) singing along to any Taylor Swift song
  • Putting too much trust in his ability to carry all his ‘small’ grocery shopping in his arms