I am a DPhil student in the Oxford Risk and Resilience, Genes & Environment Research (oRANGE) lab. My doctoral work focuses on analysis of large-scale datasets, such as longitudinal birth cohorts and randomised controlled trials of parenting interventions, to understand how being the victim of interpersonal conflict during childhood might affect later mental health, and whether parenting interventions can help to reduce children's levels of interpersonal conflict with their parents, siblings, and peers. I am funded by the ESRC 1+3 Grand Union Doctoral Training Programme.
I hold a BA (Hons) in Experimental Psychology and an MSc in Psychological Research, both from the University of Oxford. Before joining the oRANGE lab in 2021, I worked as research assistant in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry group, in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford.