EDNEY Sarah Martine

Sarah joined PANDA as a postdoctoral fellow in 2020. Her research focuses on the design and evaluation of interventions to help people lead healthier lives. In particular, she has been investigating how we can harness the potential of mobile technologies to deliver large-scale, behaviour change interventions that are effective and appealing. Prior to joining PANDA, Sarah completed her PhD at the University of South Australia in Adelaide in 2019. Currently, she is working on using ecological momentary assessment (EMA) and other continuous monitoring approaches to understand patterns of behaviours and experiences in real time, as people go about their everyday lives. This knowledge will be applied in interventions that seek to deliver the right type and amount of intervention content, to the right person, at the right time, thereby maximising the potential to support the development of healthier lives.

You can contact her at sarah.edney@nus.edu.sg.