Dr Natasha Ramachandran

Dr Natasha Ramachandran


Dr Natasha Ramachandran is a Chartered Psychologist and Lecturer in Psychology and member of the BME Network at the University of Westminster. She attained a First Class BSc (Hons) in Psychology at the University of Westminster in 2012 and went on to undertake a part-time research degree with the Psychophysiology and Stress Research Group (PSRG). Completing her PhD in 2023, Natasha has an extensive understanding of both complex statistical analyses and qualitative methods. 


PhD thesis: 

"A mixed method approach to post-awakening cortisol research : exploring associations with post-awakening melatonin, primary open-angle glaucoma and experiences of participation"

Current research interests include understanding the biomarkers of health and well-being in first generation UK immigrants.


  • Psychophysiology and Stress Research Group
  • Centre for Psychological Sciences
  • Homelands

Sustainable Development Goals
In brief

Research areas

Biological Psychology, Psychoneuroendocrinology, Biomarkers of Wellbeing and Cortisol research

Skills / expertise

Mixed Methodologies (Quantitative and Qualitative) research design and Immunoassay techniques

Supervision interests

Biological Psychology , First generation migrants and Biomarkers of health and well-being