MPhil, MSc, BSc
Excessive consumption of processed and red meat is associated with a number of non-communicable chronic diseases and the lifecycle of animal sourced foods is increasingly recognized to pose a threat to the natural environment. As part of my doctoral research I will develop behavioural interventions to help people reduce their consumption of meat.
I have a general interest in developing interventions that aim at engaging the automatic determinants of human’s behaviour by restructuring the physical micro-environments within which people make choices affecting their health and the natural environment.
I hold an Mphil in Public Health from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Health Psychology from the University of St Andrews. As an undergraduate I trained in Psychology at the Goethe-University of Frankfurt, in Germany. I also worked as a visiting research assistant in the Departments of Social and Organisational Psychology at the London Scool of Economics (LSE) and the University of Exeter.
Bianchi F. et al, (2018), The Lancet Planetary Health
Hartmann-Boyce J. et al, (2018), American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 107, 1004 - 1016