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)

 

Wim-Verbeke

Expertise:

Attitude; Behaviour; Communication; Consumer; Economics; Food; Marketing.

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

  • Active involvement as pillar, workpackage or task leader in EU-funded research projects such as EATWELL, FOODRISC, CLYMBOL and PROMISS, and as member of the Scientific Advisory Board of EURECCA and FOCUSBALKANS
  • Member of the ETP Food4Life and ILSI Europe Expert Groups
  • Scientific Expert Evaluator for ERC (EU) and national research funding organisations such as NWO (Netherlands), SNSF (Switzerland), ANR (France), AKF (Denmark) and DFG (Germany)

 

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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