Sally Marlow is Professor of Practice in Public Understanding of Mental Health Research at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London, where she works with cultural partners, community groups and service users to create events and activities to support her research, and the work of colleagues.
She is also a BBC radio broadcaster, regularly pitching, developing, recording and presenting radio documentaries on mental health topics for Radio 3, Radio 4 and the World Service.
Sally was awarded the first ever Professor of Practice title at King's in September 2022.
Sally's research interests are mental health and addiction, particularly in women and young people, and she uses interdisciplinary collaborations to achieve her research objectives.
Sally is joint PI on Sound Young Minds, a King's Together interdisciplinary collaboration investigating the benefits of music in mental health settings. Joint PI on Cryptoculture 3.0, a King's Together interdisciplinary collaboration exploring using art to explain complex cybersecurity issues. PI on project investigating phenomenology of Mutual Aid groups springing up as a response to COVID.
See Sally's research profile