Evi is a Research Associate at the Public Health Policy Evaluation Unit, School of Public Health. She has a background in nutrition and public health and completed her PhD at the School of Public Health at Imperial, in December 2019. For her PhD research, she employed modelling approaches to investigate the potential impacts of Brexit on dietary intake and health outcomes and inequalities, through changes in the UK trade and agriculture policies. Her wider research interests include food policy and employing systems approaches to understand the food system and its complexities.
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