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Humma Andleeb

Humma is a Researcher at McPin, having joined the team in September 2017. She has a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry and Neuroscience and has previously been involved in volunteer roles empowering communities by raising mental health awareness. She is a keen blog writer and book reader and has previously spoken publically at events about her lived experience as a South Asian woman. Humma is passionate about improving diversity within mental health research and making opportunities accessible for people from disadvantaged backgrounds and marginalised communities. She is particularly interested in bridging the gap and building relationships between researchers/academics and groups who are overrepresented in mental health services but underrepresented in mental health research. Humma hopes to impact and progress mental health research by combining and applying her academic knowledge, research interests and lived experience to current and future research at McPin.