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Interview: Career advice from Thomas Joiner

Thomas Joiner is a Professor of Psychology at Florida State University, where he leads his Laboratory for the Study of the Psychology and Neurobiology of Mood Disorders, Suicide, and Related Conditions. What are your main research interests? Suicidal behavior in a nutshell. To understand it and all of its facets, so as to better be… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Thomas Joiner

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Interview: Career advice from Siobhan O’Neill

Siobhan O’Neill is a Professor of Mental Health Sciences at Ulster University. Her current research programmes focus on trauma and suicidal behaviour in Northern Ireland, novel interventions for mental health and suicidal behaviour. Siobhan has expertise in qualitative and quantitative (epidemiology and survey) research methods. What are your main research interests? I am really interested… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Siobhan O’Neill

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Interview: Career advice from David Gunnell

David Gunnell is Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Bristol, and leads the Bristol Suicide and Self-harm Research Group, hosted within the Centre for Academic Mental Health at the university. What are your main research interests? That's a big question isn't it? I'm a public health physician, so my focus is on prevention at a population level. My research comes from a… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from David Gunnell

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Interview: Career advice from Nav Kapur

Nav Kapur is Professor of Psychiatry and Population Health at the Centre for Mental Health & Safety, at The University of Manchester and an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at the Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust.      What are your main research interests? My career has been focused on suicide prevention research but with… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Nav Kapur

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Interview: Career advice from Heidi Hjelmeland

Professor Heidi Hjelmeland currently works at the Department of Mental Health, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. What are your research interests? They have changed quite a lot over the years. I started off my career as a mainstream quantitative, risk factor researcher but realised quickly that this won’t get me far in terms of… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Heidi Hjelmeland

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Interview: Career advice from Niall Boyce

Dr Niall Boyce is the Editor of The Lancet Psychiatry. Niall has been in post since founding the monthly journal in 2014. Prior to his career in publishing, he worked as a psychiatrist.   What are your research interests? My main research interests are suicide research, service user led research, and qualitative research on the experience… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Niall Boyce

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Interview: Career advice from Lisa Marzano

Dr Lisa Marzano is an Associate Professor in Psychology, specialising in mental health and suicide research at Middlesex University.  What are your research interests? They are quite broad I guess. I am generally quite interested in exploring meanings and mechanisms in relation to self-harming and suicidal behaviour, and how we can use this information to inform… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Lisa Marzano

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Interview: Career advice from Rory O’Connor

Professor Rory O’Connor is the Director of the Suicidal Behaviour Research Laboratory at the University of Glasgow.  What are your research interests? Primarily I am interested in the psychology of suicide and self-harm, and how psychological risk and protective factors fit more broadly into a biopsychosocial framework. I am particularly interested in a few different… Continue reading Interview: Career advice from Rory O’Connor