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Fiona Mowbray

BA, MSc, PhD

Qualitative Researcher

I am a Qualitative Researcher within the Infectious Diseases Research Group.

Currently, I am involved in ECRAID-PRIME (European Clinical Research Alliance on Infectious Diseases - Primary Care Adaptive Platform Trial for Pandemics and Epidemics), a project aiming to test the safety and efficacy of treatments for patients presenting to primary care with CA-ARTI (community acquired acute respiratory tract infections).

I am an experienced qualitative researcher. Previously, I worked in the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Emergency Preparedness and Response at King's College London on various projects aiming to understand the COVID-19 response. Prior to this, I was based at the Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology at the University of Southampton, working to develop and evaluate numerous online health interventions. 

Prior to this, I completed a BA in Psychology (McGill University), an MSc in Public Health Policy (University of Edinburgh) and a PhD in Psychological Medicine (King's College London).