Anjuli was previously awarded an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from King’s College London in 2018 and worked as a visiting research assistant at the Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases. There Anjuli investigated whether TRPA1-mediated regulation of glial cell potassium channels and potassium syphoning affects action potential recovery after burst neuronal activity or ischaemia. In March 2019 Anjuli joined the Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network which aims to bring together a broad range of individuals and organisations in the field of domestic and sexual violence.
Anjuli Kaul blogs about a new systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal cohort studies, which explores the relationship between PTSD and all-cause dementia.[read the full story...]
Anjuli Kaul explores a recent systematic review on the identification and treatment of mental health and substance misuse problems in sexual assault services.[read the full story...]
Anjuli Kaul’s debut blog explores the latest evidence on the accuracy and accessibility of cited evidence in mental health policy documents.[read the full story...]