Julie McLeod

Research Associate (Health Psychology)

Julie has a background in health psychology, with a particular focus on behaviour and behaviour change. She is enthusiastic about psychological theories and enjoys both qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Julie is interested in interpersonal relationships and sexual health, particularly within the LGBTQ+ community and is passionate about developing, implementing, and evaluating interventions to improve health outcomes and wellbeing and reduce inequality.

As maternity leave cover for Dr. Jen MacDonald, Julie is leading, day-to-day, on Study A - Access, one of the SEQUENCE Digital pre-trial studies. This work involves interviews with people who have had no or a difficult experience using online sexual healthcare services in the past. This will help us to improve the design of the Online Chlamydia Care Pathway within the eSexual Health Clinic and make it accessible for as wide a range of people as possible.

Meet the rest of the team

Prof. Claudia Estcourt

Principal Investigator & Clinical Academic

Prof. Paul Flowers

Public Health Psychology Lead

Prof. Ann Blandford

Professor of Human–Computer Interaction

Dr. John Saunders

Clinical Academic & Consultant Sexual Health & HIV Medicine

Dr. Jo Gibbs

Senior Clinical Research Associate & Honorary Consultant

Dr. Vanessa Apea

Consultant in Sexual Health and HIV Medicine

Prof. Pam Sonnenberg

Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Public Health Lead

Prof. Jonathan Ross

Professor of Sexual Health and HIV Medicine

Prof. Tracy Roberts

Professor of Health Economics

Prof. Andrew Copas

Director of the Centre for Pragmatic Global Health Trials

Dr. Melvina Woode Owusu

Senior Research Fellow & Programme Manager

Dr. Andrew Winter

Consultant in Sexual Health and HIV Medicine

Dr. Karen Lloyd

Senior Research Associate (Medical Sociology)

Dr. Fiona Mapp

Senior Research Associate & Trial Manager

Dr. Jen MacDonald

Research Fellow (Health Psychology)

Roos Van Greevenbroek

Research Associate (Human-Computer Interaction)

Julie McLeod

Research Associate (Health Psychology)

Merle Symonds

Principal Health Adviser

Jonathan O'Sullivan

Deputy Director Public Health

Dr. Caroline Ward

Lay representative