Eva Klotz

Eva is an M.Sc. candidate in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation. Prior to coming to Oxford, she held various positions in research related to mental health care and prevention and worked on psychiatric wards. She also took part in an international scheme for early career researchers in collaboration with the Center for Child and Family Policy at Duke University, examining psychosocial resilience factors for adolescent and young adult mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic worldwide.

These experiences awakened her interest for policy-level approaches to tackle social determinants of mental health and promote recovery-oriented and holistic care, particularly for psychiatric inpatients. She is passionate about open science and interested in strengthening mixed-methods evidence production, synthesis, and uptake in these areas. She holds a B.Sc in Psychology from LMU Munich and an M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology from Utrecht University.