Research associate in the alcohol consumption, life course transitions and health
Marina Mendonça is a research associate in the alcohol consumption, life course transitions and health in later life project at Keele University. This is a joint project between the Keele University and University College of London supported by the ESRC. She joined Keele University and this research team in March 2013. Marina’s background is in Psychology. She worked several years as a researcher at the Faculty of Psychology and Education of the University of Porto, Portugal. Her main topics of research have been on gender, life course transitions, family relationships and alcohol consumption.
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