Kirsty Hall completed a BSc. (Hons) Human Psychology at Aston University in 2012, coming away with a first class degree. Kirsty went on to complete a postgraduate certificate in Brain Injury Rehabilitation with distinction. This progressed to completing an M. Sc. In Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience in 2014, leaving with a distinction and the Ratcliffe Prize (Science) for excellence in postgraduate study from the University of Birmingham. Since graduating, Kirsty took on a Research Assistant post, following onto her current role as Research Associate at the University of Birmingham.
- Explaining Non-Participation: CogCan. Some men receiving Androgen Deprivation Therapy report a decline in their thinking skills (eg. memory). But some men may experience more of a change than others. This suggests that there may be factors that make some men more, or less, at risk of a drop in thinking skills after ADT than others. Our research aims to identify these factors so that men can be given evidence based information before making treatment decisions around hormone therapy or to guide the development of interventions to manage the side-effects of treatment.