The University of Southampton
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Phone:
(023) 8059 7590
Email:
L.J.Gould@soton.ac.uk

Dr. Lisa Jane Gould PhD Clinical Neurosciences, BSc Psychology (Hons.) First Class

Senior Research Fellow

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Dr. Lisa Gould is Research Fellow within Health Sciences at the University of Southampton. She has developed a broad, translational expertise in medicine and psychology, working from bench to bedside, and has a keen understanding of the process of medical research at all clinical phases. 

Passionate about promoting translational patient centred research and improving mental health services.

In particular, Lisa's specialisms pertain to mental health, cognitive psychology, memory, dementia, and neurosciences. She has worked on the design and implementation of several research trials and is currently lead researcher on a feasibility trial with the faculty of Health Sciences.

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Teaching

PhD Supervision

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Research interests

Other research groups:
- Development Brain Behaviour (Psychology)
- Southampton Neurosciences Research Group (SoNG)

My PhD research (Supervision by Professor William Gray and Dr Edward Redhead) concerned the role of adult hippocampal stem cells in the formation and retention of spatial memories in patients with chronic epilepsy.
Funded by the Epilepsy Research Foundation

I currently work on a feasibility study; Creating Learning Environments for Compassionate Care (CLECC). This programme is geared towards improving compassionate care in acute hospital settings, in particular for older patients with dementia/cognitive vulnerability.
Previously I worked in the Comparison of Preschool Parenting Interventions for children with ADHD type symptoms (COPPI). This large multi-site clinical research trial assessed the effectiveness of two different parenting programs on early ADHD symptoms. The study was based at Southampton University, and included two other UK sites.

Research group

Health Work and Systems

Affiliate research group

Complex Healthcare Processes

 

I am the Study Coordinator and Recruitment Data Contact for the CLECC trial. Responsible for the collection and analysis of qualitative and quantitate data and the development of research procedures.

Reviewer for the International Journal of Older peoples Nursing, and the journal of Behavioural Brain Research.

Member:

British Psychological Society

British Neurological Association

I also co-ordinate the “connecting with old age” conference with Age UK Southampton, which promotes positive attitude towards older people and encourages reflection on quality care for these service users.

 

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Conference

 

 

  • Deputy module lead for: MSc Fundamentals in Complex Care for older people, Faculty of Health Sciences.
  • Lecturing/demonstrating: BSc in Healthcare; Management, Policy and Research.
  • Personal Academic Tutor: Mental Health Students, Nursing and Midwifery. Faculty of Health Sciences.

 

I co-lead the design and delivery of the Fundamentals in complex care for older people modules, and am activity involved with teaching throughout the Faculty of Health Sciences. I am currently working towards a diploma in Postgraduate Teaching in Higher Education (PCAP).

I have also taught Research methods modules in the school of Psychology, and supervised intercalated BSc medical students in their third year projects.

 

 

My PhD research (Supervision by Professor William Gray and Dr Edward Redhead) concerned the role of adult hippocampal stem cells in the formation and retention of spatial memories in patients with chronic epilepsy.

Funded by the Epilepsy Research Foundation.

 

Dr. Lisa Jane Gould
Room 4005, Building 67, Faculty of Health Sciences, Highfield Campus, University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ

Room Number:67/4005

Telephone:(023) 8059 7590
Email:L.J.Gould@soton.ac.uk

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