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On Monday an Oxford psychiatrist presented her clinical research, which investigates depression amongst the elderly, in Parliament. Dr Charlotte Allan, who holds the title of Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College, was selected to be one of 180 finalists in the SET for Britain national competition, which judges the research of dozens of early career scientists.

Speaking during the application stage, Dr Allan stated:

Depression in older people is still under-recognised and under-researched. I am delighted to be presenting my research at this high profile conference to raise awareness about this common condition and to increase understanding about its causes.”

Byline Charlie Dennis (The Oxford Student Online)


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