Postdoctoral Research Associate
I joined King’s as a staff member in 2017 after completing my PhD within the Department of Psychological Medicine. During my PhD I researched the placebo’s ‘evil twin’, the nocebo effect, and tested an intervention to reduce nocebo effects which occur in the context of medicine side-effects.
I continue to work at King’s as a postdoctoral researcher within the Health Protection Research Unit, where I am further developing myI research on nocebo effects into clinical practice. Alongside this, I assist with research under the wider remit of our unit concerning emergency response, and contribute to teaching Psychology both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
- Nocebo/placebo effects
- Risk communication
- Medication adherence
- Disaster response
Health Protection Research Unit in Emergency Preparedness and Response
Expertise and Public Engagement
I have been interviewed by Dr Sarb Johal about my PhD research for his podcast ‘Who cares? What’s the point?’ https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/who-cares-whats/what-do-we-know-about-the-GJ281dFWMqD/