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Meghan Davis


Research Assistant

Meghan is a Research Assistant at the Department of Psychiatry. She is currently coordinating the Ebikolwa n’empisa study, which investigates the acceptability and feasibility of digitally delivered Behavioural Activation therapy to support the mental wellbeing of adolescents in Uganda.   

Meghan completed her BSc in Behavioural Neuroscience at Northeastern University (USA) and her Masters in Public Health at the University of Edinburgh. Before taking this role, she worked at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families evaluating the effectiveness of the THRIVE Framework to transform children and young people’s mental health services across the UK. Meghan has a strong interest in global mental health research.