Krystian completed his Bachelor’s degree in BSc Psychology at the University of Bristol in 2018.
His dissertation focused on running an experiment using a mobile eye-tracker to assess differences in natural interactions when mood is manipulated. During his time at university, he worked as a research assistant for the Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group designing and investigating the effectiveness of novel beer mats with a focus on public health and education. After graduating, Krystian worked as a project manager involved in participant recruitment for user research.
Krystian has experience in designing experiments, recruitment, data collection/entry/analysis, qualitative coding, report writing, and submitting for ethics approval.
While at Modus Outcomes, Krystian has conducted qualitative research in various areas, including neurodegenerative disorders, respiratory diseases, and users of nicotine-containing products.