Dr Lynn Barron-Millar
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: Level 3, Baddiley-Clark Building,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
I am a mixed methods researcher with a particular interest in healthy ageing and quality of life. I joined the Evidence Synthesis Team in October 2017 following my first Research Associate post in Ageing & Primary Care. Prior to this I completed my PhD in healthy ageing and mortality risk here at Newcastle following two years as a Research Assistant working on quality of life and neuropsychological function in mental health disorders.
Area of expertise
- Healthy ageing
- Quality of life
- Evidence synthesis
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- Sharma AN, Barron E, Le Couteur J, Close A, Rushton S, Grunze H, Kelly T, Ferrier N, Le Couteur AS. Facial emotion labeling in unaffected offspring of adults with Bipolar I Disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders 2017, 208, 198-204.
- Sharma A, Camilleri N, Grunze H, Barron E, Le Couteur J, Close A, Rushton S, Kelly T, Ferrier I, Le Couteur A. Neuropsychological study of IQ scores in offspring of parents with Bipolar I Disorder. Cognitive Neuropsychology 2017, 22(1), 17-27.
- Barron E. Live long or live well?. The Psychologist 2016, 29(3), 550-551.
- Barron E, Lara J, White M, Mathers JC. Blood-Borne Biomarkers of Mortality Risk: Systematic Review of Cohort Studies. PLoS ONE 2015, 10(6), e0127550.
- Barron E, Sharma A, Le Couteur J, Rushton S, Close A, Kelly T, Grunze H, Ferrier I, Le Couteur A. Family environment of bipolar families: A UK study. Journal of Affective Disorders 2014, 152-154, 522-525.
- Tavernor L, Barron E, Rodgers J, McConachie H. Finding out what matters: Validity of quality of life measurement in young people with ASD. Child: Care, Health and Development 2013, 39(4), 592-601.
- Lara J, Godfrey A, Evans E, Heaven B, Brown LJE, Barron E, Rochester L, Meyer TD, Mathers JC. Towards measurement of the Healthy Ageing Phenotype in lifestyle-based intervention studies. Maturitas 2013, 76(2), 189-199.
- Barron E, Riby L, Greer J, Smallwood J. Absorbed in thought: The effect of mind wandering on the processing of relevant and irrelevant events. Psychological Science 2011, 22(5), 596-601.