I am currently undertaking a PhD in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology based in the School of Public Health at Imperial College London.
My research uses a mixed-methods approach to explore the impact of structural and social factors on determinants of health and wellbeing among people living with HIV in the UK. I am supervised by Professor Helen Ward, Dr Bethan Davies and Dr Adamma Aghaizu (UK Health Security Agency). My PhD is funded by an ESRC LISS DTP Collaborative (CASE) Studentship.
I am also a Graduate Teaching Assistant on the Participatory Approaches in Public Health specialisation for the online Global Master of Public Health (GMPH) programme. I teach a qualitative data analysis session for on-campus MPH & BSc Global Health students.
I joined Imperial College London in 2017 and completed a Master's in Public Health (Global Health stream). I then worked as a Research Assistant at the NIHR Imperial BRC Patient Experience Research Centre (PERC).
Before Imperial, I worked in the patient involvement team at Cancer Research UK on projects looking to engage with, and improve the experience of, clinical trial participants. I have a BSc in Medical Genetics from the University of Leicester.
I am interested in mixed-methods research, participatory approaches, inequalities, and marginalised populations.
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