Asmae Doukani is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Global Mental Health with a particular interest in the development and evaluation of digital mental health interventions. She has worked across a range of research projects, primarily involving the development, evaluation and implementation of e-mental health interventions across Europe and in low-and-middle-income countries. Her most recent role involved working in a multinational European Commission funded project that aims to implement e-interventions for common mental health problems in EU and Australia (ImpleMentall Trial). Asmae is also undertaking a part-time PhD at the Centre for Global Mental Health at LSHTM, in which she is exploring the mechanisms of positive therapeutic change, in a computerised cognitive behavioural therapy intervention. Prior to joining LSHTM, Asmae worked in a range of roles pertaining to mental health, within a research, clinical and advocacy capacity.