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Curriculum vitae


Filippo Bianchi

MPhil, MSc, BSc

DPhil Student


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 meat consumption and test these interventions in randomised controlled trials.

Research Interests

I have a general interest in developing interventions that aim at engaging the automatic determinants of 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. I also worked as a visiting research assistant in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science at the LSE and in the Department of Social and Organisational Psychology the University of Exeter.