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Biography

Alicia  joined king's in 2014 to do MSc is Health Psychology. Subsequently she embarked on a PhD in the King's Health Psychology department which she completed in 2017. She is now a charted Psychologist, researcher and HEA  teaching follow. 

Alicia's research explores trans-diagnostic approaches to persistent physical symptoms. She studies a range of long-term conditions and has a special interest in factors which maintain and perpetuate fatigue. She has expertise in expertise in epidemiological and experimental research methods and designing behavior change interventions. 

She was awarded a King's Early Career Researcher Award in January 2018 and presented at the IOPPN parade of stars event in 2015.