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Research groups

Lucy Radley

BSc, MSc

Research Assistant

I currently work on the CoCAT study in the TOPIC group. The study aims to compare a parent-led online therapist supported treatment (OSI) to treatment as usual in services offering anxiety treatment to 5-12 year olds, within the context of COVID-19.

Before joining the TOPIC group I worked on the MYRIAD trial in the department of Psychiatry, which trialled a mindfulness programme in UK secondary schools. I graduated in 2016 with a BSc in Psychology from the University of Chichester, and then held various roles including working on the 100,000 Genomes Project before coming to Oxford.

I have a strong interest in all aspects of healthcare and related research which stems from working in the NHS, and I’m particularly interested in how we can use health research to benefit children and young people.