Kate is a Research Associate and PhD student in the department. Kate has a background in Psychology, and an MSc in Child Development. Prior to starting her PhD, she gained experience working part-time as a Research Assistant for the Born in Bradford study and as a Trial Support Officer for the E-SEE trial.
Kate is currently a part-time Research Associate working with the Better Start Bradford Innovation Hub, where she is working on the evaluation of the Baby Steps and the Incredible Years programmes.
Kate is also in the final year of her PhD, which is investigating and ethnic inequalities in children's working memory development in the Born in Bradford cohort study.
Kate is a quantitative researcher interested in investigating and reducing social inequalities in children's early development and educational outcomes. She has a particular interest in children's cognitive development and children's social and emotional development.