PhD Student, Addiction Research, King's College London

Hannah Rose is a second year PhD student examining the impact of alcohol consumption on adolescent neuropsychological development under the supervision of Professor Colin Drummond, Professor Simon Coulton and Professor Michael Lynskey.

A graduate in psychology and criminology (University of Northampton) Hannah has several years’ experience working across a range of clinical and research settings including; mental health, autistic spectrum disorders and brain injury.

Prior to undertaking her current studies at Kings, Hannah worked as an assistant psychologist for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust within the Drug and Alcohol Service. During this role a 6 month secondment within the Addictions Department at Kings provided further opportunity to pursue a PhD within her field of interest.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Student, Addiction Research, King's College London

Education

  • 2005 
    University of Northampton, BA Psychology and Criminology