Anna Wiedemann


Anna Wiedemann is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge with an interest in the epidemiology of mental illness and in the evaluation of effective interventions at the individual and system level. She is deeply passionate about accelerating the application of evidence from applied health research in new policy and practice. Her PhD focuses on increasing the effectiveness of psychological therapies offered through NHS services to achieve their challenging performance targets and provide a blueprint for testing other therapies beyond the cognitive behavioural therapy offered currently. Before joining ARC East of England, Anna completed a BSc in Psychology at the University of Aberdeen and an MSc in Neuroscience at the University of Oxford.