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Dr Anna Greenburgh

Post-doctoral Research Associate

Biography

Anna joined the ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health in November 2023 as a Post-doctoral Research Associate. Her work focusses on psychosis, looking at the impact of social isolation on long-term health, and social and community interventions to improve outcomes.

Previously, she worked as a Research Fellow at the NIHR Mental Health Policy Research Unit at University College London (UCL), producing evidence syntheses to evaluate current mental health care approaches across a number of domains.

Anna completed her PhD at UCL in 2022, researching social cognition across the paranoia continuum, including in psychosis. She has a particular interest in the social determinants of mental health.

Research Interests: 

  • Psychosis
  • Paranoia
  • Social determinants of mental health
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Translational mental health research
  • Co-production in research

Research

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Society and Mental Health Research Group

The Society and Mental Health Research Group primarily focuses on how social contexts, interactions and experiences shape the occurrence, outcome, and management of mental health problems. Our goal is to provide evidence on the relationships between all aspects of society and mental health problems that can inform the development of interventions, mental health services, public health programmes, and social policies in order to prevent the onset and improve outcomes of mental health problems.

Research

centre-society-mental-health
Society and Mental Health Research Group

The Society and Mental Health Research Group primarily focuses on how social contexts, interactions and experiences shape the occurrence, outcome, and management of mental health problems. Our goal is to provide evidence on the relationships between all aspects of society and mental health problems that can inform the development of interventions, mental health services, public health programmes, and social policies in order to prevent the onset and improve outcomes of mental health problems.