Since joining the University of Suffolk, Katie has worked alongside local, national and international organisations to investigate the impact of interventions, programmes and service delivery upon the welfare and wellbeing of people across the lifespan using both qualitative and quantitative methods. Katie is assisting the Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research in developing the university's next submission to the Research Excellence Framework (REF). She is also assisting in the institution's development of equality, diversity and inclusion practise, as well as the research and evaluation of the universities Access and Participation Plans. In her spare time, Katie is a student member of the SMaRteN research network, an initiative funded by UK Research and Innovation, led by King's College London, focusing on Student Mental Health in Higher Education. She is currently undertaking a PhD, registered at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the University of Suffolk, investigating technology-facilitated relationships amongst Higher Education students.
MSc in Mental Health Research, University of Nottingham, UK (2016)
BSc in Psychology, University of Sheffield, UK (2015)