Posted on: 10th May 2023
Anna Moore is an associate professor in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She practices as a Consultant in Paediatric Psychological Medicine, as well as in Medical Informatics at the University of Cambridge, Department of Psychiatry.
Anna’s clinical interests include ADHD, learning disabilities, general CAMHS and patients with co-morbid physical health conditions. Her research focusses on how best to improve health services for child psychiatry, with a focus on the use of digital technologies to improve early identification of childhood mental health.
Anna was Director of Mental Health at UCL Partners where she developed and delivered a strategic plan to improve mental health for a population of four million by taking a system-wide approach supported by data and informatics. During this time she was an NHS Innovation Accelerator Fellow and created and led the national CAMHS transformation programme, i-THRIVE.
She has a daughter with special needs and this is a topic close to her heart.
Anna enjoys Mathematical modelling and computational neuroscience, travelling, swing dancing and gardening.