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Photo kesse guyot

Expertise:

Epidemiology, Public health, nutrition, diet, dietary patterns and health, selective diet. Chronic diseases and aging

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Other activities (e.g., membership of other advisory boards):

  • Member of the Scientific Committee of the “French Nutrition Society”
  • Member of the Standing committee on Nutrition at the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (Anses)
  • Member of the Internal Organic food Committee, INRA
Photo-Mario-Mazzocchi

Expertise:

  • Evaluation of food and nutrition policy
  • Demand analysis and consumer behaviour
  • Economics & Policy of obesity and nutrition
  • Health economics

Other activities (e.g., membership of other advisory boards):

  • Co-Editor in chief of "Food Policy"
Photo-Mark-Conner

Expertise:

He is an expert on health behaviours and how to change them with particular expertise on dietary behaviours, physical activity and smoking.

Other activities (e.g., membership of other advisory boards):

  • Fellow European Health Psychology Society
  • Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (UK)
  • Co-Editor in Chief, Psychology & Health (2011-2018)

 

Carl Lachat

Expertise:

Nutrition, diet, nutrition epidemiology

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Other activities (e.g., membership of other advisory boards):
Member of Belgian Nutrition Society, Member of the Section Food and Nutrition of the European Public Health Association, Deputy Editor of Public Health Nutrition, Advisory Board member of Nutrition Bulletin. Over the last decades he provided services for IFAD, FAO, United Nations Standing Committee for Nutrition, World Health Organisation, European Commission Action against hunger and Save the Children UK.

 

Molly-Byrne

Expertise:

Dr Molly Byrne is a Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology at the National University of Ireland, Galway. In 2014 she was awarded a significant Health Research Board (HRB) Research Leadership Award (2014-2019) to establish and direct the Health Behaviour Change Research Group (HBCRG). This group aims to improve population health by developing and promoting an evidence-based behavioural science approach to health behaviour change interventions. The team are currently running a number of intervention development studies, pilot trials of interventions and definitive intervention trials. Studies are focused on areas including: self-management among young adults with Type 1 Diabetes; attendance at structured education programmes for people with Type 2 Diabetes; delivery of sexual counselling within hospital cardiac rehabilitation; interventions to increase physical activity among overweight pregnant women and interventions to promote healthy infant feeding delivered in primary care.

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