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Maya Ogonah

BSc (Psychology)

DPhil Student

I am a DPhil student in the Forensic Psychiatry Research Group working under the supervision of Professor Seena Fazel and Dr Daniel Whiting (University of Nottingham). My research interests include inclusion health and forensic psychiatry, with my doctoral project aiming to improve violence risk prediction in individuals with traumatic brain injury. 

Prior to starting a DPhil at Oxford, I completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology at King’s College London. My research is funded by an Oxford Graduate Scholarship, in partnership with Linacre College, through the Academic Futures programme.

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