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 will use 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. This project will be under the supervision of Professor Helen Ward, Dr Bethan Davies and Dr Valerie Delpech (HIV Section, Public Health England).
I am a Graduate Teaching Assistant on the Participatory Approaches in Public Health specialisation for the online Global Master of Public Health (GMPH) programme. I also teach a qualitative data analysis session for on-campus MPH & BSc Global Health students.
I joined Imperial College London in 2017 and completed a Masters in Public Health (Global Health stream). I then worked as a Research Assistant in 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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