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Sara joined King’s College London in 2016 as a Post-doctoral Research Associate after training at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience as a Clinical Psychology and gaining a PhD from the University of Cambridge.

Sara worked on the IMI-funded RADAR-CNS. This is an international collaboration exploring the potential of wearable devices and smartphone applications to help detect and predict symptoms of depression, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. With a special interest in eHealth and mHealth, Sara designs and implements research that aims to understand the experiences of people with long-term health conditions using technology. She also facilitates patient and public involvement in this project and a special interest group in eHealth for KCL. 

Sara's current appointment focuses on Neuropsychology and she teaches on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology training programme at KCL.

Research Interests

  • eHealth and mHealth 
  • Clinical Psychology 
  • Neuropsychology 


Undergraduates on the BSc in Psychology course. 

Trainees completing their DClinPsy qualification.