Ms. Jahanara Miah

Jahanara has research interests and experience in ethnicity and health; she managed various consultancy projects with the National Institute of Mental Health England, National Treatment Agency, Department of Health, National Institute of Clinical Excellence, and Lancashire Medical School. At the University of Manchester, she worked with the team at the Division of Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology on the SENSE-Cog European programme, with a specific focus on patient and public involvement and Engagement (PPIE) in dementia research.

Her current role is to support a mixed-methods programme (South Asia Harm and Suicide Reduction Movement – SAHAR-M) of research and capacity strengthening in Pakistan in the development of research protocols, PPIE and support various active research projects at different stages of completion, including data collection and analysis, systematic reviews, and writing bids for future research grants. Jahanara very much enjoys working within such a multi-disciplinary team environment.