Humma Andleeb

Humma joined the team at McPin in September 2017 as a Trainee Researcher. She completed her undergraduate study in July 2017 and has a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry and Neuroscience from the University of Keele. She is passionate about combining her academic background with her lived in experience of mental health and applying this to research work. She is particularly interested in neuropsychological disorders and research in young people, women and families from ethnic minorities. She is involved in support and advice groups for South Asian women and is an advocate for raising awareness of mental health within the South Asian community. She is currently working on the “Right People, Right Questions” project as well as a range of other projects at McPin. She hopes to build on her research skills and experience at McPin and is keen to do further research within her areas of interest in the future.