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|List Affiliations:||Reviewer for H-Sci-Med-Tech
|Interests:||British History / Studies
Health and Health Care
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Rural History / Studies
Rebecca is a PhD Researcher in History at Ulster University. Her research focuses on psychosurgery in the UK between the years 1940-1986. Her MA research examined why the enzyme, cholinesterase, was a major focus of psychiatric medical research in the UK during the 1950s. For this work she was awarded ‘The Birley Prize for the best MA thesis in social history 2020’. She is also the book review editor assistant for the journal, Social History of Medicine, and researcher for the podcast and learning resource, Epidemic Belfast.