I joined PenARC as a Research Fellow in May 2021. I have a background in both quantitative and qualitative research, and my current research interests include mental health, wellbeing, addictive behaviour, and dementia. Prior to working at PenARC, I was a Research Fellow on a GambleAware-funded mixed methods-investigation into chance-based transactions in video games (a.k.a. “loot boxes”), and their relationship with problem gambling, mental health, and long-term harms. I completed my PhD in Psychology at the University of Plymouth.