Kelly Lloyd

Kelly Lloyd


I am a PhD researcher at the Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, examining decision-making in cancer preventive therapy.

I graduated from the University of Manchester in 2015 with a BSc in Psychology, and then went on to work as a project assistant in cancer prevention and early detection research at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. In 2019, I obtained a Economic and Social Research Council funded MA in Social Research (Interdisciplinary) from the University of Leeds.

Research interests

- Breast cancer chemoprevention

- Aspirin for chemoprevention

- Quantitative and qualitative research methods

- Open and reproducible science/ research


  • BSc Psychology, University of Manchester (2015)
  • MA Social Research (Interdisciplinary), University of Leeds (2019)

Research groups and institutes

  • Leeds Institute of Health Sciences