Lindsey MarwoodResearch Scientist
Lindsey focuses on the design of clinical studies and the clinical development programme.
Prior to joining COMPASS Pathways, Lindsey managed a clinical trial comparing the clinical and cost effectiveness of augmentation therapies for patients with treatment-resistant depression at King’s College London, where she also completed her PhD in 2017. Her PhD was funded by the Medical Research Council and explored neuroimaging correlates of response to treatment, and the application of novel functional magnetic resonance imaging methods in patients with depression and anxiety.
I have seen first-hand from working with patients that there are gaps in current treatments for mental illness. I am passionate about bringing new and promising treatments to the market for mental illness to improve outcomes for patients.