Miss Emma King

Miss Emma King

Research Assistant

Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health)

Research Assistant (APRG, UoP)

Assistant Psychologist, University Hospitals Plymouth Parkinson's Service


Completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Plymouth in 2020, which included a placement year as an Honorary Assistant Research Psychologist in 2018/19.

Research interests

Current research interests: reducing anxiety in people with Parkinson's Disease, and other remote care.

Other research

Undergraduate dissertation topic: investigated grit, motivation and goal achievement in archery.

Within UHPNT, work as a rater on commercial and non-commercial trials.


Dominey T, Kehagia AA, Gorst T, Pearson E, Murphy F, King E & Carroll C 2020 'Introducing the Parkinson’s KinetiGraph into Routine Parkinson’s Disease Care: A 3-Year Single Centre Experience' Journal of Parkinson's Disease 10, (4) pp 1827-1832 (https://dx.doi.org/10.3233/jpd-202101)