I am University Lecturer and co-director of the Behaviour Change and Well-being research group. Current interest are digital behavior change strategies increase physical activity, and automatic process interventions for healthy eating in digital environments. I am also involved with personalized medicine projects which examine how laypersons understand health-related genetic information and how it affects their behaviours (P5.fi study). Forthcoming projects will aim to improve home dialysis uptake and support dialysis maintenance in new digital home dialysis system. The main interest across these projects is in applying theory-based behavior change techniques to improve people’s well-being and health in different environments.