Evi is a Research Assistant and a PhD student at the Public Health Policy Evaluation Unit, School of Public Health, Imperial College London. She has a background in nutrition with a particular focus on epidemiology and public health. She has previously worked with epidemiological data from the Zupthen Elderly Study, the INTERMAP study, and the CPRD. Currently, her research involves the evaluation of fiscal and trade policies to assess their impacts on diet and health outcomes using modelling techniques.
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