SummaryI joined the Department of Psychology at Brunel University London as a Senior Lecturer after completing a three year Research Lectureship in the Department of Mental Health at St. George’s Medical School, University of London. My PhD was awarded by the University of Wales, Swansea in 1995 with my research focusing on the role of stressors in the etiology of depression and the neurobiological mechanisms underlying the therapeutic effects of antidepressant drugs. Following on from this I undertook six years of post-doctoral work. During this time, one notable position was held at King’s College London with Professor Sandra E. File, examining the role of the nicotinic and the serotonergic system in models of anxiety. Two career breaks for maternity leave: September 2007 - August 2008 & September 2009 - September 2010.
- BSc Psychology (London Metropolitan University)
- PhD (University of Wales, Swansea)
Newest selected publications
Cheeta, S., Roberts, KJ., Smith, N. and Bowden-Jones, H. (Accepted) 'Gambling disorder and suicidality within the UK: an analysis investigating mental health and gambling severity as risk factors to suicidality'. International Gambling Studies.Open Access Link
Rose, AK., Winfield, H., Jenner, JH., Oyefeso, A., Phillips, TS., Deluca, P., (2012) 'National survey of alcohol treatment agencies in England: Characteristics of clients'. Journal of Substance Use.et al.
Perryman, K., Rose, AK., Winfield, H., Jenner, J., Oyefeso, A., Phillips, TS., (2011) 'The perceived challenges facing alcohol treatment services in England: A qualitative study of service providers'. JOURNAL OF SUBSTANCE USE, 16 (1). pp. 38 - 49. ISSN: 1465-9891et al.
Rose, AK., Winfield, H., Jenner, JH., Oyefeso, A., Phillips, TS., Deluca, P., (2010) 'National survey of alcohol treatment agencies in England: Characteristics of treatment agencies'. Journal of Substance Use, Online Paper. ISSN: 1465-9891et al.
Cheeta, S., Drummond, C., Oyefeso, A., Phillips, T., Deluca, P., Perryman, K. and (2008) 'Low identification of alcohol use disorders in general practice in England'. Addiction, 103 (5). pp. 766 - 773. ISSN: 0965-2140et al.