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Rowan Streckfuss Davis

Research assistant

I am a research assistant on Dr Lucy Foulkes' Prudence Trust-funded project exploring potential iatrogenic harms of schools-based adolescent mental health interventions. My role also includes management of the Harms in School Interventions Special Interest Group.

I am based within the TOPIC Research Group, through which I was previously an intern with the Emerging Minds network and the assistant coordinator for the NIHR Mental Health Research Incubator.

I hold a BA in Applied Languages from Oxford Brookes University, where I am due to complete my MSc in Psychology in 2023. My research interests centre on addressing mental health inequalities and outcomes for gender-diverse youth and adults and for both cisgender and transgender men. I am interested in the emotional and social experiences of gender euphoria/gender joy and their effect on wellbeing in these populations, and in the application of positive psychology paradigms to mental health intervention development and evaluation.