Prior to my role as a Research Assistant on the MYRIAD project, I graduated from the University of Manchester with a Master’s degree in Psychological Research. Whilst completing my BSc Psychology degree, I also worked as a Research Assistant on a large project investigating neurological, cognitive, and psychosocial markers for psychosis risk.
I really enjoy my role on the MYRIAD project as it gives me the opportunity to see how a large randomised control trial works in action. More specifically, I enjoy learning about the nuances of conducting research in schools.
Outside of my work on MYRIAD, I love to go on city breaks round the UK.