I am a perinatal chartered psychologist and lecturer in health psychology. I am also a perinatal mental health researcher with interests in infant feeding and mother-infant interactions.
I have extensive experience teaching research methods and statistics, specialising in mixed methodologies and psychometrics.
I am also affiliated with the Appetite and Obesity research group as an Associate Lecturer in the Department of Psychological Sciences.
My research interests concern perinatal mental health and early infant development, in particular infant nutrition. My PhD examined maternal anxiety and infant feeding from pregnancy to parenthood.