Megan completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of York in 2016. She then completed a six week internship at COMIC Research in January – February 2017. Since then, she has worked as a full time research assistant in the COMIC team. Megan's role in the COMIC team involves coordinating and submitting grant applications and supporting a range of current studies. She works on two systematic reviews, one studying interventions for parents of Deaf babies and one studying interventions for parents of children with Attachment disorders. Megan has previously led The Cluster Schools Project, which aims to evaluate mental health interventions in secondary schools.
Megan has an interest in child mental health interventions, particularly those delivered in school. She also has an interest in conducting systematic reviews, and studies based around Attachment in children.