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Clinical psychologist within the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis research group, Dr Louise Isham, has received this national award from the National Institute for Health Research.

The NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship is part of the HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme which "provides training awards for healthcare professionals who wish to develop careers that combine clinical research and research leadership with continued clinical practice and clinical development".

The CDRF in particular is an individual training award and offers funding to cover the salary costs of the award holder, their PhD tuition fees, and the costs of an appropriate research project and training and development programme.

Dr Louise Isham will be using the award to complete a DPhil within the Department of Psychiatry, focusing on the development of a translational psychological treatment for harmful grandiose delusions, supervised by Prof Daniel Freeman.

Read more about Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis.


Please follow the link below to read the news on the NIHR BRC website.