Gregory completed his BA in Psychology at the University of Mississippi in 2010. He spent six months studying abroad at the UEA during his undergraduate degree, and returned to Norwich to pursue his MSc in Child and Family Psychology, which he completed in 2011.
Gregory worked as a Research Assistant on a project concerning the effects of methamphetamine on the core temperature of rats while at the University of Mississippi. During his MSc he was involved in research to enhance student confidence and employability, headed by Professor Philip Corr, as well as research into students’ binge drinking with Dr Victoria Scaife. Gregory also worked with Dr Andrew Bayliss in 2011/12 for research on convergent gaze stimuli.
Gregory gained a studentship from the University and started his PhD in the School of Psychology in October 2012. He is supervised by Dr Victoria Scaife and Dr Charles Seger.
PERFECTED enhanced recovery (PERFECT-ER) care versus standard acute care for patients admitted to acute settings with hip fracture identified as experiencing confusion: study protocol for a feasibility cluster randomized controlled trial,
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