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Dr Sarah Mackenzie Ross
Neuropsychological Toxicology Unit
Clinical Health Psychology
UCL, Gower St
London
WC1E 6BT
Appointment
  • Honorary Clinical Lecturer
  • Clinical, Edu & Hlth Psychology
  • Div of Psychology & Lang Sciences
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Research Themes
Research Summary
Sarah established the Neuropsychological Toxicology Unit (NTU), based in the sub-department of Clinical Health Psychology, University College London. It is the only unit of its kind in the UK. The NTU studies the impact of toxins on psychological function. It promotes understanding and recognition of the ways in which toxic substances affect human behaviour, cognition and emotion. The NTU undertakes multi-disciplinary research and offers a range of other services including teaching and training; private healthcare assessments; and provision of expert evidence to organisations such as the legal profession, government advisory committees and the media. Current projects 1. A cross-sectional study of neuropsychological and psychiatric functioning in sheep farmers exposed to organophosphate pesticides. 2. Ill health following exposure to contaminated air on commercial aircraft. 3. The impact of liver disease on cognitive function
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