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Lucie Mills is a Research Assistant in the Social Care and Society research group. Lucie's current project is 'Tailoring Carers Assessments in NHS and Adult Social Care to the Needs of Carers of People Living with Dementia', funded by NIHR Three Schools. Lucie holds a 1:1 MSci Biomedicine (with study abroad) from Lancaster University, UK and The University of Wollongong, Australia.
Lucie's research interests are in biopsychosocial models of mental health, health inequalities and public health.
NIHR SSCR Dementia Research Group
Qualitative: semi-structured interview; focus group; case study; thematic analysis
Quantitative: randomised controlled trial; clinical trial; SPSS
Laboratory: cell culture; immunoprecipitation; ELISA; electrophoresis; PCR; spectroscopy; live cell imaging; chromatography; aseptic technique
(2015/6) University of Wollongong - Tutor - Biology, Medicine, Anatomy
1:1 MSci Biomedicine (with study abroad) (honours)
MSci Research: ''Heterogeneity in Melanoma; an analysis of Fucci2a-transfected melanocytes using confocal microscopy''
BSc Research: ''ELISA Detection of Glucocerebrosidase; a Potential Novel Biomarker for Parkinson's Disease''
Lucie's research interests lie within biopsychosocial models of mental illness, health inequalities and public health.
Lucie's first degree focused on the neuroeitiology and psychopharmacology of mental illness. She now works within the social care and society research group, focusing upon qualitative research methods, quality of life and social care for people living with a mental illness. Lucie is interested in cross-disciplinary research that utitlises evidence-based neuropsychosocial models of mental illness to improve psychological treatment methods (CBT/EMDR/DBT).
Lucie is also interested in the neurobiology of psychological trauma, and how this relates to the eitiology and treatment of anxiety disorders (GA/OCD/PTSD), eating disorders (AN/BN) and cluster B personality disorders (BPD/NPD/HPD).
Lucie is committed to translational approaches that influence policy and practice in order to postively impact the quality of life of patients. She is also passionate about providing accessible lay-person research dissemination that aims to empower patients through education, particularly in lay-person summaries, conferences and events.
Speaker at NIHR SSCR Conference 2023: ''Tailoring Carers' Assessments in NHS and Adult Social Care to The Needs of Carers of People Living with Dementia''
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Master in Science, MSci Biomedicine, Lancaster University
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