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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Laura Miller


Programme Manager IBD-BOOST

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Telephone: Tel: +44 (0)7737271568; +44 (0)207 848 3318


Since obtaining a BSc in Psychology from the University of York, I have worked in mental health support work for Sheffield Mind and then joined the Health and Lifestyle Research Unit at QMUL in 2017 as a Research Psychologist. At the unit I was involved in research in weight management and smoking cessation, including a Randomised Controlled Trial testing an online behavioural intervention for the prevention of relapse back to smoking. I began working at the Pragmatic Clinic Trials Unit (PCTU) in March 2019 as the Trial Coordinator for the IBD-BOOST Programme of research, and am now the Programme Manager for IBD-BOOST within the Wolfson Institute of Population Health (WIPH) Centre for Evaluation and Methods. I am currently overseeing the day-to-day running and overall management of the BOOST programme, and am also a trained facilitator for the IBD-BOOST Trial online CBT-based intervention. Additionally, I am now leading the PCTU Wellbeing Committee and am a member of the WIPH Equality, Diversity and Inclusion sub-group.


Research Interests:

Research and programme management, with a focus on psychology and mental health/wellbeing, cognitive behavioural and self-management interventions, and inflammatory bowel disease. Also improving methodology, the development and testing of study databases, and increasing the inclusivity of research and diversity of patient populations

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