Addiction and Mental Health (AIM) group members
View the membership of the Addiction and Mental Health (AIM) research group.
We are passionate about supporting, training and mentoring early-career researchers, rewarding excellence and open science, and involving people with lived experience at every step of the research process.
Dr Tom Freeman
Dr Tom Freeman coordinates the group and its three functional themes (research, public engagement and impact, clinical). He promotes the group and its representation within the University of Bath, the UK, and internationally.
Public Engagement & Impact Director
Dr Sally Adams
Dr Sally Adams leads and co-ordinates the public facing profile of AIM, including press and marketing activities, digital media and educational outreach work. Additionally, Sally leads on the impact strategy of AIM, ensuring the translation from research to policy and practice.
Dr Gemma Taylor
Dr Gemma Taylor provides research leadership in AIM, embracing the range of disciplines represented, providing a coherent vision for research and training. Gemma champions the provision of high-quality research activities within the group, and co-ordinates and oversees research activity to ensure the strategic development and achievement of our objectives.
Dr Emma Griffith
Dr Emma Griffith is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and practices in NHS settings; clinically she is the Head of Therapies for Specialised Services for Avon and Wiltshire Partnership NHS Mental Health Trust. Dr Griffith leads on creating dialogue between AIM’s research programme, service providers and service users in the NHS.