Professor, Edinburgh Napier University and Director, CanRehab; Scotland
Anna Campbell is Professor in Clinical Exercise Science at Edinburgh Napier University. Her first degree is in Immunology and she has a PhD in Biochemistry. For the past 20 years she has worked in the field of exercise oncology and has been instrumental in the implementation of evidence-based exercise programmes for people affected by cancer across the UK. She is principal investigator / co-investigator on Macmillan, NIHR, CSO and Breast Cancer Now. Professor Campbell is Director of CanRehab and also chair of the charity CanRehab Trust. Anna is part of a small international working group of exercise experts “Moving Through Cancer” responsible for updating the evidence-based exercise prescription guidelines and the guidelines for the provision of clinical and community-based exercise programmes for cancer patients and survivors. Finally, Professor Campbell is part of the WHO Cancer Rehabilitation 2030 working group.