Dr Eilidh Cage is currently a Lecturer in Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London. She first studied Psychology at the University of Dundee before moving to the UCL Institute of Education to do her PhD. She completed her PhD in 2015 on the topic of reputation management in autism, and continues to research the experiences of autistic individuals. She also researches student mental health, recently publishing a participatory research project on the barriers to students accessing support for mental health, and their perspectives on mental health services in the UK. Eilidh has also been conducting research for the charity Student Minds, supporting them in the development of the Student Mental Health Charter.
At Royal Holloway, Eilidh is the Senior Tutor in the Psychology Department and oversees the personal tutoring system, with the aim of enhancing the Department’s wellbeing support.