Research Assistant

Freddie recently graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Sociology from Queen’s University Belfast, where he was awarded The Lockheed Prize (2020) for best performing BA student, as well as The Athena SWAN award (2020) for best piece of work on gender. He also received the Lockheed Employees’ Prize (2019) for his work in second year and the Social Policy Foundation Scholarship (2018) for my work in first year. His essay on the challenges of an aging population, ‘Demography is not Destiny’, was highly commended by the Global Undergraduate Awards.

Freddie’s research interests include investigating health inequalities through qualitative methods such as Peer Research and Grounded Theory to amplify the voices of individuals in hard-to-reach communities.