Evi is a Research Fellow 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 post-Brexit trade and agricultural policy on diet and health outcomes and inequalities. She is currently working in a BBSRC-funded project that uses community engagement and system dynamics modelling to address the double burden of malnutrition in Peru. Her wider research interests include food policy and policy evaluation, and healthy and sustainable food systems.
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Seferidi P, Hone T, Millett C, 2021, ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN GLOBALISATION AND THE DOUBLE BURDEN OF MALNUTRITION: A MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF REPEATED CROSS-SECTIONAL DATA FROM 55 LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES 1992-2018, BMJ PUBLISHING GROUP, Pages:A20-A20, ISSN:0143-005X