Public Health Nutrition and Food Microbiology Research Group
The group was established in 2013 by David McCarthy with the purpose of bringing together and consolidating the research activities of the registered nutritionists and food microbiologists within the School of Human Sciences as well as external collaborators and associate members.
To help address the major nutrition and food-related issues that affect populations at the local, national and global levels through the generation of evidence from of high-quality scientific research and providing opportunities for postgraduate research training.
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Understanding the key factors that underpin dietary and activity behaviours, and identifying effective interventions are key objectives of the Public Health Nutrition and Food Microbiology Research group.
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Staff associated with the Public Health Nutrition and Food Microbiology Research Group
Course leader for MSc Human Nutrition (Public Health/Sports), senior lecturer in Human Nutrition.
Phone: 020 7133 4197
Dr Ghavami is the Principal Lecturer for Academic Partnerships within the School of Human Sciences, and also serves as the course leader for Human Nutrition BSc.
Phone: 020 7133 2589