Emma Berry

PhD, Lecturer in Health Psychology, Queen’s University Belfast (Co-I of Mood Movement) Emma Berry is a Lecturer in Health Psychology in the School of Psychology at Queen’s University Belfast. Emma teaches at undergraduate and post-graduate level on topics including stress and health, the psychological impact of chronic illness, and health behaviour change. Emma’s research interestsContinue reading “Emma Berry”

Emily McGlinchey

Research Fellow of Psychological Trauma and Mental Health, Queen’s University Belfast (Co-I of Mood Movement) Dr Emily McGlinchey is currently working as a Research Fellow at the Stress Trauma and Related Conditions (STARC) Research Lab, based in the Psychology Department of Queen’s University (QUB). Emily is also a BPS accredited Low-Intensity CBT (LI-CBT) therapist with overContinue reading “Emily McGlinchey”

Austen Rainer

Professor of Software Engineering, Queen’s University Belfast Austen Rainer is a Professor in the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Queen’s University Belfast, and the theme leader for the software engineering research theme. Austen has published on a range of aspects of human-centric software engineering and behavioural software engineering.  His current researchContinue reading “Austen Rainer”

Amanda Fitzgerald

Associate Professor in Youth Mental Health, University College Dublin (Co-PI of Mood Movement) Amanda Fitzgerald is an Associate Professor in University College Dublin (UCD) School of Psychology and an active researcher in the youth mental health field. Amanda co-founded the UCD Youth Mental Health Lab in 2013 comprising faculty and graduate students to promote researchContinue reading “Amanda Fitzgerald”

Cherie Armour

Professor of Psychological Trauma and Mental Health, Queen’s University Belfast (Co-PI of Mood Movement) Cherie Armour is a Professor of Psychological Trauma and Mental Health in the School of Psychology at Queen’s University Belfast. Professor Armour is the Director of the QUB Research Centre for Stress Trauma and Related Conditions (STARC). Cherie has published extensively inContinue reading “Cherie Armour”