Early life predictors of suicidal thoughts: New paper published

I am so happy to share my 1st first-author paper, which was published today! Woohooo! This has been a long-time coming, as this paper is based on research I did during my MSc with Dr. Ian Colman (and the APEAL lab)  and Dr. Simon Hatcher, with support from Dr. Marie-Hélène Roy-Gagnon. You can read the … More Early life predictors of suicidal thoughts: New paper published

Not-so-humble brag: Doing researchy things moderately well

The last couple of weeks have been action-packed and, for the first time ever, I have started to feel kinda OK from a research perspective. This has been such a welcome change from the norm, as I spent approximately 99% of the past year second-guessing my research and generally feeling stupid. (Andy Dwyer) But in … More Not-so-humble brag: Doing researchy things moderately well

Reflections on ESSSB15

Wow, am I knackered!! This past week has been inspiring, intense, and exhausting. I had the opportunity to go attend the European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour this past week in Tallinn, Estonia. While I can (and will) wax poetic about how beautiful the city, how excellent the food, and how interesting the travel experience, … More Reflections on ESSSB15