Pauilne Turnbull has over 15 years' experience in suicide prevention research. She gained her PhD in 2014, a study applying multilevel modelling to linked data to examine the social context of suicide in England and Wales. Following this, she managed the Manchester Self-Harm Project (part of the Multicentre Study of Self-Harm), before joining NCISH as Project Manager (now Project Director) in 2015. Pauline is responsible for the day-to-day management of NCISH, and has a particular interest in research impact.
PhD - Social Statistics, title 'The Social Context of Suicide in England and Wales: a multilevel analysis' (CCSR, University of Manchester)
MSc - Social Research Methods and Statistics (CCSR, University of Manchester)
BA Hons - Psychology (University of Manchester)