Research Officer

After graduating with a First-Class Honours BSc in Public Health Science in 2022, Kerrie joined the NSRF as a Research Officer, primarily focusing on NOSP-funded projects. During her time as a student, she worked as an intern on numerous projects within the School of Public Health, the Clinical Research Facility, UCC and the NSRF. In her internship role, Kerrie has been involved in the design, implementation, and analysis of several projects and has contributed to various types of publications, including quantitative studies, systematic reviews, and briefing reports relating to public health topics.

Kerrie’s research interested include the social determinants of health and their impact on suicide and self-harm, Traveller mental health and addiction studies