Mable is a Chartered Psychologist and NIHR CLAHRC NWL Research Associate working within the Public Health and Information Intelligence Theme. Her interests are in applying advanced statistical tools to improve our understanding of healthcare. Mable co-leads the 'Quality Improvement in Healthcare Module' on Imperial College's Master of Public Health and is a module co-coordinator on Improvement in Practice Module on Imperial College's MSc Patient Safety.
Mable holds a Ph.D. in Cognitive & Affective Neurosciences, where concepts from graph theory are adapted to support the characterisation of functional brain networks in atypical and delayed neurodevelopment, specifically Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Dyslexia. She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy with a Master of Education, University Learning and Teaching (MEd ULT) from Imperial College London.
Mable read for her M.A. in Psychology at the University of Glasgow (2010) followed by an MSc in Foundations of Clinical Psychology at Bangor University. Prior to joining Imperial College, Mable worked as a teaching associate on the 'Studying Psychology in Higher Education' course and as an instructor on the 'Research Methods and Advanced Statistics' undergradute course at Aston University.
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