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Felicity Hudson

Research Assistant

I am a Research Assistant based within the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) research group which is run by Prof. Daniel Freeman.

Within O-CAP I am working on a number of trials for VR for Health, a project aimed at exploring how VR can be used in a variety of healthcare settings. Alongside this, I work with members of the O-CAP team on expanding studies into NHS trusts throughout the country through the clinical research network, and support on other projects within the team.

I completed an undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature at the University of Oxford, and then studied Experimental Psychology as a conversion course at University of Bristol. I have since worked within the Experimental Psychology department as an intern on the Emerging Minds team. There I helped to prepare for a conference on mental health research for children and young people and collate the findings of the team over the past few years of research into young people's mental health.