Samin completed her first MSc in Biomedical Sciences in the year 2000, at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, where she was born and brought up. She further completed a Diploma in Integrative Human Medicine from the same Institute. In 2013 Samin completed an MSc in Physical Activity & Public Health at Loughborough University, followed by volunteering in different groups promoting physical activity. Samin began a CLAHRC funded PhD studentship in 2015 within the Physical Activity and Public Health research group based at the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine.
Sedentary Behaviour and Health in Children
Samin’s PhD is examining the influence of cultural and socio-economic factors on sedentary behaviour in school aged children.