Research & Teaching Fellow – Design for Health and Wellbeing
Sneha is a design researcher with expertise in participatory design – engaging with complex social or systemic issues, and designing for social change. She has led a number of projects at GSA collaborating with citizens and diverse groups across the Government, National Health Service, social care, independent and third sector. A key focus of her research is enabling genuine participation from people with diverse abilities, sensitivities and lived experiences to co-design future health, wellbeing and care. She codeveloped our Design for Health and Wellbeing programme, and engages in Learning and Teaching across our Undergraduate and Postgraduate (research and taught) programmes.