Molly Davies

Molly Davies

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Research interests

My work is conducted primarily on the Genetic Links to Anxiety and Depression (GLAD) Study, both as a research assistant and part-time PhD student. I am interested in examining the diagnostic classifications of depression and anxiety disorders that are utilised in research, and how research outputs may be impacted by heterogeneity and comorbidity. Currently, I am investigating the overlap between minimal/broad and detailed/deep phenotying methods within the GLAD sample and the implications this has on future research. In the future I will be utilising polygenic risk scores for depression and anxiety alongside measures of symptoms and severity to explore the heterogeneity of these phenotypes.

 

Research groups

Emotional Development, Intervention and Treatment Lab (EDIT Lab)

NIHR BioResource Centre Maudsley

 

Contact details:

Email: molly.davies@kcl.ac.uk

Twitter: @morodavies

Biographical details

- Part-time PhD Student at the Social, Genetic Developmental & Psychiatry Centre, King's College London (2018 - present)

- Research Assistant at the NIHR BioResource Centre Maudsley, King's College London (2017 - present)

- MSc Genes, Environment, and Development (Distinction), King's College London (2016 - 2017)

- Research Study Coordinator at the Health Literacy and Learning Program (HeLP), Northwestern University (2014 - 2016)

- BSc Human Development and Psychological Services (Magna Cum Laude), Northwestern University (2010 - 2014)

Research interests (short)

For a list of my research outputs, please see my staff profile

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

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):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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