Robyn Wootton is a research associate in mental health at the University of Bristol. She was granted the Gro Harlem Brundtland Visiting Scholarship for the Centre for Fertility and Health and has been visiting the Centre since November 2018. She graduated from the University of Warwick in 2014 with a BSc (with First Class Honours) in Psychology. Her PhD at the University of Bristol investigated the genetic aetiology of subjective wellbeing and other positive mental health outcomes including optimism, gratitude and trust. Robyns current research projects apply the method of Mendelian Randomisation to understanding the associations between health behaviours and mental health. She is exploring the role of BMI, diet and smoking with relation to each other and to subjective wellbeing.