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Institute of Criminology



Juliette completed her undergraduate medical degree at the University of Cambridge before transferring to University College London to finish her training in clinical medicine. After carrying out her foundation training at the Oxford Foundation School, Juliette returned to Cambridge in 2013 to undertake an MPhil in Criminology. The primary focus of her dissertation was the continuity of mental health care through the transition from prison back into the community. She graduated with distinction and was named proxime accesserunt for the Manuel Lopez-Rey Graduate Prize.

From 2014 to 2017, Juliette completed her core psychiatry training at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. Following this she became a National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow and was seconded to roles with the Health and Social Care Select Committee and the National Audit Office. In 2019, Juliette commenced specialty training in forensic psychiatry in South London and she is continuing this training alongside her PhD research.

She is also a member of the Independent Monitoring Board at HMP Belmarsh.


Juliette is working towards an ESRC and Pembroke College-funded PhD at the Institute of Criminology, where she is a part-time student. The subject of her research is drug-related deaths under probation supervision following release from prison. She is supervised by Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe.

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