Katie Bagshawe is currently doing her MSc Psychology student at Sheffield Hallam University after completing a BSc (Hons) Applied Computing course through the University of Cumbria. Her prior research has included the psychosocial impact of social media as well as education in Advanced Web Development, Database Systems and Network Security.
Her main interest now lies in the psychological and psychosocial impact of Interstitial Lung Diseases as well as the Neuropathology of symptoms induced from progressive lung inflammation. She hopes to go on to become a PhD candidate furthering her research into idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. She runs a website, His Lungs, to raise awareness on idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. You can connect with her on Twitter @KBagshawe
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