Research Fellow, Faculty of Science
I joined the School of Psychology in 2019 to work on a longitudinal project, Knee Pain in the Community (KPIC), associated with the psychological programme and the Pain Centre Versus Arthritis. My educational background covers both areas of occupational health psychology and quantitative methods. I received my PhD in Psychology from the University of Helsinki focusing on modelling personality traits in experiencing work stress. My work, in general, focuses on identifying the trajectory of mental and physical illnesses. As part of the KPIC research project, I work on modelling the psychological phenotypes associated with chronic pain, different pain trajectories, and the mechanisms underlying the psychological traits and pain phenotypes.
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