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Summary: Shenaz is Associate Professor in Public Health with research interests in the psychological, social and ethical aspects of prenatal and genomic technologies, and ethnic health inequalities.
Location: Room 10.90B, Level 10, Worsley Building
Current and recent research
- Psychosocial and cross-cultural aspects of genomic technologies (UK, Hong Kong, China and Pakistan). International research Collaboration Award, University of Leeds, £7564, January 2016, for twelve months. Principal investigator.
- Tell it Right, Start it Right: an evaluation of training about Down syndrome for health professionals. NIHR CLAHRC, £12,021. Co-investigator.
- Psychosocial aspects of prenatal testing technology and disability. World Universities Network funding, £3647, January 2013 for research meetings in Hong Kong.
- Midwives' perceptions of informed choice. Flexibility & Sustainability Funding, NHS Leeds. £36,100; May 2011 for eight months. Principal investigator.
- Exploring cross-cultural values of 'informed choice' in antenatal genetic screening using Q methodology. S Ahmed. Economic and Social Research Council: First Grants. £411,371; 20082010 for 36 months. Principal Investigator.
- Antenatal mental health in a bi-ethnic population understanding and responding to emotional and somatic distress in pregnancy. NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme. £249,999 July 2009 for 24 months.