Group PhD Students




PhD Title

Email Address

Jake Andrews

Mark Hawley

Rob Harrison

Laura Brown

Using technology to improve early detection of mental health conditions in later life


Matt Bennion

Abi Millings

Roger Moore

Stephen Kellet

Gillian Hardy

Affective computing to support good mental health in later life

Emma Broglia

Michael Barkham

Abi Millings

A feasibility trial of the effectiveness and impact of counselling in universities and/or colleges of further education


David Clayton

Alan Walker

Peter Cudd

Loneliness and social isolation of older people and the role of technological interventions to overcome this.

Nicola Crook

Rebecca Palmer

Danny Hinde

Intensive language action therapy: a pilot and feasibility trial of intervention delivery on the NHS


Becky Field

Gail Mountain

Lizzy Coates

Psychosocial interventions for people living with mild to moderate dementia and their family carers: can readiness to engage be recognised?


Madeleine Harrison

Rebecca Palmer

Cindy Cooper

Evaluating the implementation fidelity of self-managed computer therapy for aphasia post-stroke and exploring the factors associated with adherence


Mark Jayes

Facilitating the inclusion of people with acquired communication disorders in decision-making: Development and evaluation of a tool to support mental capacity assessment and provision of accessible information.

Phil Joddrell

Sarah Smith

AcTo Dementia


Bahman Mirheidari

Heidi Christensen

Phil Green

Stuart Cunningham

Automatic analysis of speech and language for detecting signs of dementia


Louise Newbould

Mark Hawley

Gail Mountain

Steve Ariss

Videoconferencing for remote health care provision of older adults in care homes


Zahra Ommani

Mark Hawley

Heidi Christensen


Siddharth Sehgal

Stuart Cunningham

Roger Moore

Optimal strategies and enhancing state-of-the-art modelling techniques for dysarthric speech recognition.