BSc, MSc, MBPsS
I am interested in the determinants of and preventative mechanisms for disease. So far I have focused on life course behavioural approaches for optimal child development using language impairment, autism and nutritional deficiency as exemplar health outcomes. My expertise spans qualitative data collection and analyses, intervention development and feasibility testing.
I am currently funded by the NIHR CLAHRC Oxford on the Primary Care Shopping Internvetion for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention (PC-SHOP) study, with Dr Carmen Piernas, Prof. Paul Aveyard and Prof. Susan Jebb.
Awards and Scholarships
Doctorate scholarship, Medical Sciences Division graduate school (2019), University of Oxford
Sackler Institute award for highest postgraduate mark (2016), King's College London
Postgraduate scholarship (2015), Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust
Postgraduate scholarship (2015), King's College London
Associations between the household environment and stunted child growthin rural India: a cross-sectional analysis
LEE CHARLOTTE. et al, (2019), UCL Open: Environment
Phonetic reduction in spontaneous speech by children aged 9-14 years
Tuomainen O. et al, (2015)
Primary Care Shopping Intervention for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Qualitative Sub Study, NIHR CLAHRC Oxford and the Oxford NIHR BRC, Co-Investigator, Oct 2018-Oct-2019.
A randomised controlled trial to compare two different doses of maternal B12 supplementation in improving infant B12 deficiency and neurodevelopment, MRC, Co-Investigator, Oct 2018-Sept 2021.