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Maya Ogonah

BSc (Psychology)


DPhil Student

I am a DPhil student in the Forensic Psychiatry Research Group supervised by Professor Seena Fazel and Dr Daniel Whiting. My research interests include inclusion health and forensic psychiatry, and my current research is intended to examine violence risk in forensic psychiatric patients, looking specifically at the predictive accuracy and utility of existing risk assessment instruments.

Prior to starting a DPhil at Oxford, I completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology at King’s College London. My research is currently funded by the Black Academic Futures programme.

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