Dr Siobhán Griffin is a Lecturer in Psychology at the Department of Psychology, University of Limerick. Prior to this Siobhán worked as a teaching assistant in the Dept of Psychology, UL (2018), as a Departmental Assistant in the Dept of Psychology, Mary Immaculate College (MIC; 2015-2017), as a research assistant (2016-2019), and as a primary school teacher (2016-2019). Siobhán completed her PhD in Psychology in the University of Limerick in 2019, under the supervision of Dr Siobhán Howard. She graduated from the B.Ed in Education and Psychology programme in MIC in 2015. Her PhD research examined the relationship between emotion regulation and cardiovascular reactivity to stress.
Siobhán is particularly interested in how psychological factors can influence physical health. She is a member of the Health Research Institute (HRI), the Centre for Social Issues in Research (CSI-R), and the Study of Anxiety, Stress, and Health Laboratory (SASHLab) in UL. She is open to potential collaborations with other researchers.