The UCL Centre for Gender and Global Health


Anna Purdie

Anna works as a Gender Programme Officer at the Institute for Global Health, focusing on gender, NCDs and public engagement, and is the Programme Manager for Global Health 50/50. She holds a MSc in Anthropology from Development from the LSE, and a BA in Social Anthropology from Cambridge University. She has previously spent time in Geneva working at UNAIDS.

Publications and outputs

Syntax and the "sin tax": the power of narratives for health. BMJ Opinion, July 2019