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ADAPT Lab is recruiting!

ADAPT Lab are currently recruiting 3 early career researchers to work on two of our ongoing research projects (MODIFY and AUDIT-50).















Research Assistant: MODIFY Project


We are looking for a research assistant to work on MODIFY, a groundbreaking project funded by the Alzheimer’s Society to investigate how Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) services might contribute to dementia prevention across England.


The main purpose of the job is to support successful completion of the MODIFY project from inception to dissemination, under direction of the Project PIs. There will be a particular focus on supporting the feasibility study aim of the project.



PhD Student: MODIFY Project


We are offering a 3-year fully funded PhD studentship, which aims to better understand how psychological therapies can be adapted and implemented for people living with dementia.


The work will draw on the resources of the ground-breaking MODIFY project, funded by the Alzheimer’s Society, which aims to investigate the utility of psychological therapy for anxiety and depression in preventing dementia as well as helping people living with dementia. More information is available here.



Research Fellow: AUDIT-50


We are looking for a research fellow to work on a study that will investigate the needs and characteristics of autistic older adults. This groundbreaking project, called AUDIT-50, is funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust. Further information about this position can be found here.



If you have queries about the research assistant or PhD student vacancies, please contact Joshua Stott (j.stott@ucl.ac.uk) or Amber John (a.john@ucl.ac.uk). If you have queries about the research fellow position, you can get in touch with Joshua Stott (j.stott@ucl.ac.uk) or Will Mandy (w.mandy@ucl.ac.uk). We look forward to hearing from you!


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Contact us

Contact the ADAPT Lab lead, Dr Joshua Stott, for any questions about the ADAPT Lab.

Email: j.stott@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 0207 679 1605

Location: 1-19 Torrington Place, London

Twitter: @ADAPTlabUCL