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Ms Harriet Demnitz-King
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  • Research Fellow - PREADAPT STUDY
  • Division of Psychiatry
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
I completed my BSc in Psychology from the University of York and my MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences from University College London. Whilst completing my academic studies I worked as a support worker and an honorary assistant psychologist at The Retreat (mental health hospital) and at the Royal London Hospital, respectively. Following the completion of my MSc, I started work in UCL's Division of Psychiatry as a research assistant on the Horizon 2020 funded, pan-European, Silver Santé Study.
Research Summary
I started a part-time PhD with the Marchant Lab in 2018, which allows me to focus on my passion for investigating modifiable risk factors of dementia. I am using data from the Silver Santé study to investigate the association between repetitive negative thinking and markers of dementia (e.g. cognition, brain volume, brain activation, amyloid deposition and glucose metabolism). During my PhD I hope to develop skills in different neuroimaging techniques and further my knowledge in and contribute to this fast-moving exciting area of research. 
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