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Charlotte Lee

BSc, MSc, DPhil, MBPsS

Postdoctoral Researcher

I was a DPhil candidate at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and now work as a postdoctoral researcher in behavioural science at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences.

Research Interests

I am interested in behavioural interventions to address disorders and disease. I have focused on left-behind groups including people with mental illness and ethnic minorities. My expertise spans intervention development, qualitative methods and feasibility testing. 

Current Research

During my doctoral research, I developed a weight management intervention for people with serious mental illness. My postdoctoral research aims to develop an intervention for people with circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders. I serve as a Junior Dean at Brasenose College, Oxford. 


I am a registered psychologist and hold a BSc Psychology and Language Sciences from UCL and a MSc Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College London. 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 (2021), University of Oxford

Doctoral scholarship (2019-22), Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Sackler Institute award for the highest grade (2016), King's College London 

Postgraduate scholarship (2015-16), Leverhulme Trust


Tutor (2022-present), Individual Differences and Clinical Psychology, BSc Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford 

Module co-lead (2021-22), Individual Differences and Clinical Psychology, BSc Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford 

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

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