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Anam Raja

BSc (Hons), MSc

Research Assistant

Research Assistant working on the MYRIAD Project

The MYRIAD Project is a large scale randomised controlled trial investigating the question of whether mindfulness training has the potential to shift the adolescent population towards improved wellbeing. As a Research Assistant I work closely with schools, taking them through the project, collecting data with their pupils and supporting with all aspects of the trial.

Prior to joining the Department, I worked at an independent research charity working exclusively with children’s services on service evaluation and intervention development and refinement. Before this I studied Psychology at the University of Westminster before going on to study Applied Social Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London.