Dr Anna Greenburgh
Post-doctoral Research Associate
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.
- Social determinants of mental health
- Clinical Psychology
- Translational mental health research
- Co-production in research