I am a UK Registered Dietitian. I graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Nutrition and Dietetics from King’s College London in 2013. I completed my PhD in Nutritional Epidemiology at Imperial College London in 2017 (The association between diet and working hours with markers of cardio-metabolic health in the British police force). As part of my PhD I established the nutritional assessment arm of the Airwave Health Monitoring study – an ongoing longitudinal cohort study of the Great British police force conducted by Imperial College London.
I am currently working as a Research Associate for The International Study of Macro-and Micro-Nutrients (INTERMAP) team investigating the role of foods and nutrients in blood pressure.
Areas of research interest:
- The improvement of dietary assessment in epidemiological and clinical settings
- The influence of occupational factors on diet and cardio-metabolic health
- Dietary patterns and their association with markers of cardio-metabolic health
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