MSc Speech and Language Sciences graduates win the Tavistock Trust for Aphasia University Student Prize
Congratulations to Helena Thornley and Samantha Sim, both MSc Speech and Language Sciences graduates, who have won the Tavistock Trust for Aphasia University Student Prize.
Dr Jean-Baptiste Pingault, lecturer in the department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, has been awarded an ‘MQ Transforming Mental Health’ Fellowship for his three year project on peer victimisation and mental health. The project is investigating whether improving our understanding of mental health and bullying can lead to more targeted and effective support for young people.
Professor Charles Hulme has been elected a fellow of The Academy of Social Sciences in recognition of his use of social science for the public benefit.
Wednesday, 23rd November 2016, 2-7pm in the Wilkins Building
Sea Hero Quest mobile game which provides vital data for dementia research goes from strength to strength
Dementia is a growing health threat. Affecting over 47 million people worldwide (135 million by 2050), it is becoming one of the greatest medical challenges we face globally. To help scientists working towards finding a cure, Dr Hugo Spiers (UCL Experimental Psychology) has created Sea Hero Quest – a mobile game where anyone can help fight dementia.