PhD Psychology, Edge Hill University, UK (2017)
BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Liverpool, UK (2014)
Teaching Associate, Lancaster University, UK (2017-2018)
Associate Tutor, Edge Hill University, UK (2014-2017)
C. Donovan, M. Erskine-Shaw (2019). ‘Maybe I can do this. Maybe I should be here’: evaluating an academic literacy, resilience and confidence programme. Journal of Further and Higher Education. pp.1-15.
RL. Monk, AW. Qureshi, A. McNeill, M. Erskine-Shaw, D. Heim (2018). Perfect for a gin and tonic: How context drives consumption within a modified bogus taste test. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 53(3), pp.228-234.
M. Erskine-Shaw, RL. Monk, AW. Qureshi, D. Heim (2017). The influence of groups and alcohol consumption on individual risk-taking. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 179, pp.341-346.
Co-Chair for 'Cutting Edge' Multidisciplinary Postgraduate Conference 2017
SSA (Annual Symposium) Poster Prize Winner Student-Led Category (2016)
Awarded place at the EASP International PhD Summer School (2016)
Student-Led Staff Award (Edge Hill University). Best lecturer of (2016)
BPS Undergraduate Research Assistantship Award with Dr Abi Rose http://www.liv.ac.uk/psychology/news/articles/liverpool-undergraduate-awarded-british-psychological-society-summer-studentship/ (2013)