Active Research Projects

Meeting the social-emotional needs of adolescents with sight impairment and preventing school exclusion: The development of a digital intervention based on an adolescent and adult advisory group

Principal Investigator (PI), Institute for Mental Health, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham Co-investigators: Dr Maria Livanou (King’s College London), Dr Stephanie Burnett Heyes (University of Birmingham), Dr Vedad Hulusic (Bournemouth University), Dr Huiwen Zhao (Bournemouth University), Professor Muthanna Samara (Kingston University London) Tasks: setting up the research team, internal grant application, ethics application, contact …

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Developing university guidance for the socio-emotional needs of students with vision impairment

Principal Investigator (PI), Institute for Mental Health, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham Co-investigators: Dr Fiona Barlow-Brown (Kingston University London), Dr Rachel Hewett (University of Birmingham), Dr Mhairi Thurston (Abertay University), Professor John Ravenscroft (University of Edinburgh), Dr Joao Roe (Sensory Support Service in Bristol) Tasks: setting up the research team, external grant application, ethics …

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Biopsychosocial Model of Risk and Resilience

Research Fellow, Institute for Mental Health, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham PI: Dr Maria Dauvermann (Institute for Mental Health, University of Birmingham) Tasks: liaising with participants, data collection (quantitative and qualitative interviews)

Addressing behavioural problems to improve daily life for families and young people with the use of Regoal game-based intervention: A pilot and feasibility study in an underserved London borough

Co-Investigator and Game Developer (also part time research position at Kingston University from January to June 2022 and King’s College from November 2022 to January 2023) PI: Dr Maria Livanou (King’s College London) Co-investigators: Dr Vedad Hulusic (Bournemouth University), Professor Muthanna Samara (Kingston University London), Dr Huiwen Zhao (Bournemouth University) Tasks: ethics application, preparation of …

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Supporting Autistic Students in Higher Education

External Collaborator PIs: Dr Elisa Back and Professor Helen Laville (Kingston University London) Tasks: preparation of qualitative research materials (interview schedule), co-organisation of peer networking events, training of autistic undergraduate researchers, writing of peer-reviewed paper

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