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Antony Laban-Sharman

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Antony Laban-Sharman

About Research



Antony Laban-Sharman is a current Graduate Teaching Assistant teaching on the Faculty of Sport, Allied Health and Performance Sciences on a range of different modules such as, Research, Public Health, Nutrition, Sports Nutrition and Behaviour Change Science. He has also obtained a demonstrated track-record for student project supervision, from foundation to masters level.

Additionally, he is pursuing a Ph.D. titled 'Addressing health inequalities and its impact on mental health in black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) populations' with a unique stance, interest and drive for Health Psychology and Public Health.

Furthermore, Antony had completed his MSc with Distinction at St. Mary's in 2020 (Chronic Disease Management MSc) and his BSc with First Class Honours at St. Mary's in 2019 (Health and Exercise Science BSc).


Research profile

Research Publications

  • Laban-Sharman, A., & Majumdar, A. (2021). Self-Care practices for anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK in adults. Mental Health: Global Challenges Journal.
  • Majumdar, A., Laban-Sharman, A., Baptista, L., Wang, Y., & Patel, K. (2021). An exploration into the impact of COVID-19 on mental wellbeing and the self-care strategies employed. European Journal of Integrative Medicine, 48, 101981.

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