I joined KCL in 2013 as an MSc Mental Health Studies student, after which I worked in Psychosis studies for one year (2014-15). I started my PhD investigating psychological factors affecting uptake of the child influenza vaccine and parental perception of side effects in October 2015. I was based in the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Emergency Preparedness and Response.
Having completed my PhD, I am now employed as a post-doctoral researcher in the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Emergency Preparedness and Response, where I am continuing my work on the child influenza vaccine. I am also researching factors affecting uptake of other vaccines, such as the HPV vaccine as well as helping out in the department with other research investigating emergency preparedness and response.
NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Emergency Preparedness and Response
Expertise and Public Engagement
Engagement with members of the public for different research studies and grant applications.
I have worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant on the MSc Clinical Neuroscience course and have supervised MSc projects on the MSc Mental Health Studies and MSc Occupational Psychiatry and Psychology courses.
9 September 2020
A new study led by King’s College London researchers has shown that during the UK lockdown period,…
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