Prof Anne McMunn
Professor of Social Epidemiology
Epidemiology & Public Health
Institute of Epidemiology & Health
- Joined UCL
- 21st Jan 1998
Anne McMunn's research is concentrated on the social determinants of health within a life courseepidemiological framework. More specifically, she investigates the influence onhealth and wellbeing of family care, work and social relationships characteristics. She is also interested in how gender and socioeconomic position structure these associations. Professor McMunn is currently PI of the EUROCARE international consortium investigating the impact of providing adult care at different stages of the life course across European countries in different care regimes and Co-I on a Nuffield-funded project with Becca Lacey (PI) investigating the health and wellbeing of young carers. She is Deputy Director of the ESRC International Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society & Health (ICLS) and currently Head of the UCL Research Department of Epidemiology & Public Health.
Professor McMunn is currently a Deputy Director of the ESRC-BBSRC flagship Centre for Doctoral Training in Biosocial Reserch. She has previously held leadership roles in ESRC and MRC Doctoral Training Partnerships, and was Graduate Tutor for the Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care for seven years. She is currently supervising ten PhD students, and has supervised 25 to successful completion. She lectures, leads modules and acts as dissertation supervisor and personal tutor on the MSc in Social Epidemiology, the MSc in Population Health, and the BSc in Population Health.