My Neuroscience Philosophy

 

I am a socially conscious neuroscientist passionate about everything from cells to society, genes to jewellery, and hippocampus to hip-hop...

I use tools in molecular biology, neuroimaging, epidemiology, psychology, psychiatry and social media data to improve our understanding of mental health. I have 5 years of experience in senior research management roles and I am extremely passionate about engaging with society, youth culture, and the arts. 

 

Highlights for 2017...

 

Invited speaker at the Royal Society of Medicine, london, uk

Event called "Social media: challenges and benefits for mental health and wellbeing" on 14th November 2017. Find out more here:

https://www.hippocraticpost.com/lifestyle/social-media-force-good-mental-health/

https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/pyk02


 

 

- SUMMER 2017 CONFERENCE-

Innovation & Strategies for digital interventions in mental health

Find many of the conference lectures, and presentations here:

Highlights →

Spotlight on GSK3beta

How does GSK3Beta relate to

hippocampal volume, 

major depressive disorder,

cognition AND

EPO TREATMENT?

Find Out How →


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Eminem’s Character, Stan: A Bio-Psycho- Social Autopsy

By HIP HOP PSYCH (Co-Founded by Dr Akeem Sule and Dr Becky Inkster)

Journal of Hip Hop Studies, Volume 4, Issue 1, Fall 2017, pp. 43 – 49


Horizon for 2018...

 

DIGITAL INNOVATIONS IN MENTAL HEALTH

London, UK

SUMMER CONFERENCE

#DIMH2018

 
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Anti-Stigma jewellery line

 
 
  • Launching a mental health jewellery line (first piece shown above)
  • #digitalmentalhealth2018 #DMH2018

  • Commissioned by The Lancet Psychiatry to write a Series on artificial intelligence, psychiatry and ethics
  • working on Wysa chatbot mental health intervention pilot data
  • Guest editing a Special Collection for the journal Biomedical Informatics on conference proceedings from #digitalmentalhealth2017
  • Writing an eBook on young people and social media
  • EPO, depression, cognition, hippocampus and molecular pathways (Review paper; submitted to Nature Neuroscienec)