Isabel Clare


Principal Investigator


Dr Isabel Clare is a consultant clinical and forensic psychologist in the Enduring Disabilities and/or Disadvantage Theme, where, reflecting her clinical experience and one of her main areas of research interest, she leads projects (i) examining the design and delivery of services by Community Learning Disabilities Teams to men and women with learning (intellectual) disabilities and additional mental health and/or behavioural needs, and (ii) investigating the impact of transcutaneous vagal nerve stimulation (tVNS) on the aggressive behaviour of people with neurodevelopmental conditions (learning disabilities and/or autism) or acquired brain injury. She is also a Fellow and Tutor at Lucy Cavendish College, an ad hoc Specialist Advisor to the CQC, and a long-standing member of the University of Cambridge’s Psychology Research Ethics Committee.