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Charlotte Lee

BSc, MSc, MBPsS, MPhil


DPhil Candidate & Junior Dean

Research Interests

I am interested in behavioural interventions for the management of disorders and disease. I have focused on childhood obesity, vitamin deficiency, and dyslipidaemia as exemplar health outcomes. My expertise spans qualitative methodology, feasibility testing, and randomised controlled trials. 

Doctoral Project

My doctoral research aims to develop an intervention to manage obesity in people with serious mental illness. In 2019, I was awarded the Division of Medical Sciences doctoral scholarship. I also serve as a Junior Dean at Brasenose College, Oxford.

Education  

I trained in Psychology and Language at UCL. My research won first prize at the Faculty of Brain Sciences annual conference. In 2015, I received two scholarships to train in Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. I later received the Sackler Institute Award for highest overall mark. In 2016, I returned to UCL at the Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. In 2018, I joined Oxford.

Awards and Scholarships

Senior Hulme scholarship for academic excellence (2021), University of Oxford

Doctorate scholarship, Medical Sciences Division graduate school (2019), University of Oxford

Sackler Institute award for academic excellence (2016), King's College London 

Postgraduate scholarship (2015), Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust and King's College London

Teaching

Co-lead, Individual Differences and Clinical Psychology core practical, BSc Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford (2021-22)

Assistant, Short Courses in Qualitative Research Methods, University of Oxford (2019-2022)

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