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Maeve Moran

MSc (Dist), BA (Hons)


Research Assistant (Ann McPherson Fellow)

Biography

I am currently an Ann McPherson Predoctoral Research Fellow within the Medical Sociology & Health Experiences Research Group (MS & HERG), where I work on a wide range of applied health and social care research projects.

I hold an MSc in Health Psychology (with Distinction) from the University of Stirling, where I was a US-UK Fulbright Scholar. I received my BA in Anthropology: Human Biology (with Honors) from Temple University. Previously, I have supported research projects exploring digital interventions to augment physical activity; machine learning for the clinical diagnosis and management of lipid disorders; communication around organ donation; and informal caregiver burden.

My personal research interests centre on behavioural economics and the health of older adults, with a particular focus on digital health interventions and the social and behavioural determinants of healthy ageing. I have additional research interests in personalised medicine, chronic disease, and the development of health interventions for traditionally medically-underserved populations.