Research Assistant, Clinical and Social Research, Turning Point and Monash University
Sam is a research assistant for Turning Point’s Clinical and Social Research Team and is involved in several research projects relating to cognitive modification training.
Sam has completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) at the Australian Catholic University, having completed his undergraduate course at the University of Melbourne. His honours research project quantitatively investigated the mediating role of weight stigma in the relationship between self-perceived overweight status and mental health outcomes. He has also completed a graduate certificate in Data Science at RMIT University.
Sam has previously worked as a research assistant at the University of Melbourne and as an associate at an education research and consulting group.
You can contact Samuel at [email protected]