Neelam first attended Middlesex University in 2008 as a BSc psychology student. After successfully completing her BSc degree, she went on to enrol for a Masters course, and graduated with an MSc in Health Psychology and simultaneously began her post as Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) in September 2012. Neelam is currently an Associate Lecturer and alongside this post she is working towards completing a PhD.
Co-module leader for the following foundation year Psychology modules:
Other modules currently working on include:
Psychological Data Analysis
Modules worked on in the past include:
Research Methods and Design in Psychology
Research Methods and Ethics in Psychology
Biological and Cognitive Psychology
Know your own Personality
Neelam's research aims to explore work-life balance and health behaviours in non-traditional families. When work-life balance is discussed, the term is most often discussed in regards to a typical married couple with children. However, the workplace is a diverse environment and individuals who are employed come from a variety of demographic backgrounds,may it be unmarried/single people, extended families, older people with grown-up children or those who simply live alone. Neelam's research will therefore aim to explore the experiences of this wide range of groups rather than just focusing on 'traditional' families.