Natalia Duda

PhD Student, Trinity College Dublin

Project Title: Chronic Illness and Medically Unexplained Symptoms

Biography:I am a graduate of Psychology (B.A) and Applied Psychology (MSc) and have a wide range of experience in both research and clinical practice. I have used various methodologies in my research, including psychometric, behavioural and neuroimaging methods. My PhD is primarily concerned with poorly understood or currently unexplained chronic illness and the challenges these pose for patients and healthcare providers alike. This work takes an action research approach with primarily qualitative methods.

Supervisors: Dr. Siobhán Corrigan (TCD)