Association for Dementia Studies
Pauline joined the Association for Dementia Studies (ADS) in August 2022 as a Research Associate, primarily to work on the “Crossing the Line” project, which explores the provision of personal care in the context of families affected by dementia.
She has a background in publishing and teaching, having worked as the managing editor of research papers and other publications relating to economics, and teaching economics and business studies to A level and undergraduate students. She also qualified as a teacher of English as a foreign language and enjoyed working with a wide range of overseas students.
Pauline has a particular interest in psychology and behavioural science. Her Masters dissertation explored the participation of people living with dementia both generally in a variety of everyday settings, and more specifically in dementia research studies.
MSc (with distinction) Charity Accounting and Finance; City University, London, 2021.
MSc(Econ) Economics; London School of Economics, 1991.
BSc(Econ) Economics; London School of Economics, 1986.