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Professor Linda Clare

Professor Linda Clare

Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia and PenARC Dementia Theme Lead

Linda directs the Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health (REACH), which is a joint venture between the...

Dr Emma Cockcroft

Dr Emma Cockcroft

Associate Research Fellow, Patient and Public involvement team

I work as an Associate Research Fellow in PenCLAHRC’s Patient and Public involvement team, where I help to support the...

Miss Amy Coombe

Miss Amy Coombe

PenARC Administrator

My role is to support PenARC’s Events and Training Programme and to provide administrative support to the Child Health and...

Dr Jo Day

Dr Jo Day

Research Fellow

I am a registered psychologist and qualitative researcher with project management experience. I joined PenCLAHRC in 2012 and currently work...

Professor Sarah Dean

Professor Sarah Dean

Professor of Psychology Applied to Rehabilitation and Health

My research interests include applying psychology to rehabilitation medicine, such as goal-setting and facilitating adherence to exercise therapy, for a...

Professor Chris Dickens

Professor Chris Dickens

Mental Health Theme Lead

After qualifying in London, Professor Dickens spent a number of years in clinical medicine before completing basic psychiatry training in...

 Linda Dumchen

Linda Dumchen

PA to Third Gap

I have been working at the Medical School since March 2009. My post within the group is PA to Nicky...

 Sara Eddy

Sara Eddy

PhD Student

I joined the PenARC team in January 2020 as a PhD researcher working in the Implementation Science and Mental...

 Helen Eke

Helen Eke

Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the ICoN project.

I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow for the ICoN project – improving continence in children and young people with neurodisability....

 Charlotte Featherstone

Charlotte Featherstone

PhD Student

I joined Plymouth University and PenARC in 2019 to undertake a PhD investigating social prescribing and horticulture therapy for autistic...