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My name is Amy Dowse, and I'm a student at Queen Mary University of London. I've been there for five and a half years and still counting.
I completed my BSc and MSC in Computer Science at Queen Mary and was then lucky enough to receive a scholarship for my PhD.
I'm still part of the the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science but I now sit within the Cognitive Science research group.
The aim of my research is to explore the potential efficacy of mobile health technology in supporting people who experienced both anxiety and chronic pain.
Efficacy is defined as the ability to perform a task to a satisfactory or expected degree.
In terms of mobile health technology, I will be focusing on apps.
This means that my research is looking at the potential use of apps in supporting people who experience both anxiety and chronic pain, looking at if this is something that is possible to do and if it is likely to have any impact.