BSc Psychology (Cardiff University)
PhD Social and cognitive phenotype of Smith-Magenis syndrome. (School Psychology, University of Birmingham)
After completing my PhD in 20012, I worked as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, University of Birmingham. In this role I undertook research focussing on understanding behaviour in children and adults with rare genetic disorders. My work focused mainly on Smith-Magenis syndrome and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. I joined the OU in 2014, as an associate lecturer, becoming a staff tutor in 2018.
My research interests are social and cognitive difference in neurodevelopmental disorders.
I have been a member of the DD801 Investigating Psychology module team member since 2018.
Currently an AL for Investigating Psychology 1 (DE100). Previously an AL for Investigating Psychology 2 (DE200) and Exploring psychology (DSE212).
Fellow, Higher Education Academy
Caregivers’ experience of sleep management in Smith–Magenis syndrome: a mixed-methods study (2022-02)
Agar, Georgie; Bissell, Stacey; Wilde, Lucy; Over, Nigel; Williams, Caitlin; Richards, Caroline and Oliver, Chris
Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases, 17, Article 35
Genetic modifiers in rare disorders: the case of fragile X syndrome. (2020)
Crawford, Hayley; Scerif, Gaia; Wilde, Lucy; Beggs, Andrew; Stockton, Joanne; Sandhu, Pria; Shelley, Lauren; Oliver, Chris and McCleery, Joseph
European Journal of Human Genetics ((Early access))