Dr Shamea Mia
Synergi Research Assistant
Centre: Centre for Psychiatry
Room Number: Old Anatomy 2.03
Dr Shamea Mia is a Research Assistant in the Centre for Psychiatry, who has recently taken up a place on a five-year Lankelly Chase commissioned project on ethnic inequalities in severe mental illness.
Prior to this position, Shamea worked on a research project that understood migrant children’s voices and engagement in classroom settings and was based at the University of Suffolk. She was a Dissertation Supervisor to third year undergraduate students and taught on a first year undergraduate module there as well.
She has also taught on an undergraduate Sociology module at the University of Greenwich.
Shamea obtained her PhD in Sociology from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London in 2015. Her thesis explored the identities of second generation British Bengali Muslim women living in London.