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Roisin Mooney graduated from Brunel in 2012, with a first class honours degree in psychology with professional development. After which she worked in both research and teaching at the University of Hertfordshire, in various capacities. With a long standing history of being employed in East and North Herts NHS Trust, much of the research she has worked on has entailed NHS collaboration. Her teaching specialisms relate to undergraduate research skills, conducting research in the NHS and health psychology, with research experience in multicentre NHS research, systematic reviews and qualitative research. In 2019 she completed a PhD relating to the experience and screening of depression in South Asian Haemodialysis patients and has presented research at various professional conferences. She is currently employed as a project manager/research fellow at the Synergi Collaborative Centre at Queen Mary University and project manager for FEasibility and Acceptability Of Transcranial Stimulation in Obsessive Compulsive Symptoms (FEATSOCS) at the University of Hertfordshire. At present Roisin’s research interests relate to identifying and measuring depression in people with Chronic Kidney Disease, the lived experiences of depression in people from ethnic minorities and exploring the relationship between illness perceptions and depression.