Dr Myles-Jay Linton is a Chartered Psychologist and Academic at the University of Bristol. In 2019, Myles was awarded a Vice Chancellor’s Fellowship at the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute to lead a portfolio of projects exploring the major challenges impacting young people’s mental health. His recent Innovate UK-funded research involves examining the ethics of using AI to support young people’s mental health in online spaces.
In 2018 Myles completed a PhD in the Economics of Wellbeing at the University of Exeter Medical School. With over a decade of research experience, Myles has provided strategic guidance to a range of organisations nationally and internationally, including the Alan Turing Institute, the British Psychological Society, Channel 4, and the World Health Organisation.