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Mollie is a research assistant, specialising in statistics at the Lancashire Clinical Trials Unit. She provides statistical assistance for projects within the CTU and across UCLan. Mollie completed her combined honours bachelor’s in Canterbury and recently completed her master’s by research in psychology.
Mollie is research active in providing statistical support within the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.
Mollie joined the University of Central Lancashire in November 2018, as a research assistant (statistics) in the Lancashire Clinical Trials Unit. Within this role, Mollie provides statistical support for projects within the LCTU and across the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, including work with the School of Sport and Wellbeing and the School of Community Health and Midwifery.
Prior to her role at UCLan, she completed a MSc by Research in Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University, and completed her dissertation titled ‘The creation and validation of the Perceptions of Roles and Responsibilities in Relationships Scale for heterosexual women’, where she used factor analysis and structural equation modelling (SEM) to create a measure. Mollie’s research interests include the creation and validation of psychometric measures, SEM, factor analysis and mental health.
Mollie is a teaching assistant in SPSS practical classes for medical students.