Role: PhD Student
Department: Psychiatry, Department of
Organisation: University of Cambridge
Interests: Alcohol, Behaviour, Big data, Built environment, Clinical trials, Cognition, Data security, Disability, Economics, Education, Employment, Environmental determinants of health, Equality/inequality, Ethics, Ethnic minorities, Family, Gender, General Practice, Genetics, Geography of disease, Global Health, Health Economics, History of medicine, HIV/AIDS, Households, Ideas of health, Learning disabilities, Mental health, Mortality, Policy, Politics, Risk, Screening, Sociology, Substance Abuse, Transport, Well-being, Youth
I am a PhD student to the Department of Psychiatry, looking at the epidemiology of psychotic disorders. I will be analysing data from the SEPEA and EU-GEI studies. I have previously completed a Masters in Public Health at King's College London, writing my dissertation on variations in GP antibiotic prescription rate and its' determinants. I have also completed a MSc in Philosophy.
I spoke at the 2017 Public Mental Health network Showcase