Ana M. Vicedo-Cabrera
Ana M. Vicedo-Cabrera is an early-career researcher at the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine of the University of Bern (Switzerland), where she leads the research group on Climate Change and Health. She is also a member of the Oeschger Center for Climate Change Research of the University of Bern.
Her current research addresses the impacts of climate change on health, with particular focus on the evaluation of adaptation strategies, mitigation policies and air pollution co-benefits. She has led and collaborated in several large epidemiological studies on temperature-related health impacts (e.g. within the Multi-City Multi-Country (MCC) Collaborative Research Network). She has participated and is also currently involved in several international projects on climate change and health, such as the EU funded PHASE, ACCEPTED and EXHAUSTION, and projects from the US Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention.
She holds an MSc in Environmental Toxicology (University of Valencia, Spain) and in Epidemiology (University of Turin). Since the completion of her PhD studies (University of Valencia) in 2014, she joined different research institutions in Sweden (Umea University), Switzerland (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute) and the UK (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine).
Contact: anamaria.vicedo [at] ispm.unibe.ch