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Cheryl Paterson

Research Associate/PhD Student

 01872 25 8167

 

Overview

I worked within mental health services for a number of years prior to returning to education and completing my undergraduate degree in Human behavioral studies.  Following this I completed my MSc with UEMS in Environment and Human Health where I completed a secondary data analysis examining the accumulation and dissipation of Protoporphyrin IX   (PpIX) in photodynamic therapy (MAL-PDT), a treatment for non-melanoma skin cancer.

Currently I am working as a Research Associate/ PhD student within the ECEHH on the Smartline project which is a research project looking at how technology can be used to help individual’s live healthier and happier lives. It is a partnership project led by the University of Exeter with Coastline Housing Ltd, Cornwall Council and Volunteer Cornwall.

 

Qualifications

Dip

FdA

BA(Hons)

MSc

 

Research

Research interests

I have a wide range of research interests including; human behavior and behavior change, mental health, and respiratory health.

Research projects

  • Smartline Project
  • PhD: Examining the impact of cold homes, inactivity and the individuals’ microenvironment on respiratory health among adults in social housing in Cornwall

Publications

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Journal articles

Tyrrell J, Paterson C, Curnow A (2019). Regression Analysis of Protoporphyrin IX Measurements Obtained During Dermatological Photodynamic Therapy. Cancers (Basel), 11(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by year


2019

Tyrrell J, Paterson C, Curnow A (2019). Regression Analysis of Protoporphyrin IX Measurements Obtained During Dermatological Photodynamic Therapy. Cancers (Basel), 11(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

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