Sean is a Research Fellow at QUB's Centre for Public Health. Here he has worked with stroke survivors and individuals with visual impairments under a common theme of intervention development and behaviour change science. He is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst having gained a PhD in the Behaviour Analysis in 2015. Previously, he was based at the Wales Centre for Behaviour Change (WCBC) as a behavioural researcher and was an incoming DOCTRID and ASSISTID Marie Curie Fellow at Dublin City University. His interests include acceptance and commitment therapy, intervention development and how behavioural science may be used to ameliorate health inequalities.