Nutrition research and innovation consortium
MRC EWL Nutrition and Vascular Studies 2010-2018
For several years leading up to 2018 the NNEdPro Chair’s Nutrition and Vascular Studies Platform in combination with the NNEdPro Scientific Director’s Dietary Bioactives and Health Platform, formed the basis for an innovative consortium bringing together a unique combination of collaborators. This work received early recognition through a British Medical Association Research Foundation Award and has attracted significant support from a number of agencies including Research Councils.
In 2020, the NNEdPro Global Centre has expanded its Nutrition Research and Innovation Consortium (NRIC) spanning 5 academic institutions and 5 specialist organisations. Going forward the combined strengths from these hubs of research will seek to address further unanswered questions around Nutrition and Disease Prevention/Intervention, connecting the cutting edge of science to evidence-informed professional education.
Joint Scientific & Strategic Research Leads
Prof Shumone Ray – NNEdPro Executive Director
Prof Daniele Del Rio – NNEdPro Scientific Director (Non-Executive)
Joint Scientific & Strategic Research Deputies
Dr Giuseppe Grosso – NNEdPro Global Innovation Panel Principal Advisor
Dr Rajna Golubic – NNEdPro Global Innovation Panel Principal Advisor
Scientific Research & Operational Support Team
Dr Marjorie Lima do Vale – NNEdPro Visiting (Postdoctoral) Research Associate*
Dr Claudia Tramontt – NNEdPro Visiting (Postdoctoral) Research Assistant*
Mayara de Paula – NNEdPro Visiting Research Assistant*
Kai Kargbo – NNEdPro Assistant Communications and Project Officer*
Sucheta Mitra – NNEdPro Research Applications & Agreements Lead*
Matheus Abrantes – NNEdPro Research Finance & Operations Lead*
Prof Eleanor Beck – NNEdPro Principal Visiting (Professorial) Research Associate
Dr Jeff Bohn – NNEdPro Principal Visiting Research Associate
Pauline Douglas – NNEdPro Principal Visiting Research Associate
Selvarahi Elahi – NNEdPro Principal Visiting Research Associate
Prof Martin Kohlmeier – NNEdPro Principal Visiting (Professorial) Research Associate
Dr Kathy Martyn – NNEdPro Principal Visiting Research Associate
Prof Kausik Ray – NNEdPro Principal Visiting (Professorial) Research Associate
Dr Suzana Al Moosawi – NNEdPro Senior Visiting Research Associate
Dr Maria Korre – NNEdPro Senior Visiting Research Associate
Dr Luke Buckner – NNEdPro Visiting (Medical) Research Associate
Dr Harrison Carter – NNEdPro Visiting (Medical) Research Associate
Sammyia Ashraf – NNEdPro Visiting Research Associate
Harry Jarret – NNEdPro Visiting Research Associate
Jorgen Johnsen – NNEdPro Visiting Research Associate
Breanna Lepre – NNEdPro Visiting Research Associate
Elaine Macaninch – NNEdPro Visiting Research Associate
Helena Trigueiro – NNEdPro Visiting Research Associate
NOTE: From March 2020 the NNEdPro Nutrition and COVID-19 Taskforce (Click here and scroll down to view membership) in partnership with BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health and working with key members of the NNEdPro Nutrition Research and Innovation Consortium will seek to take forward research and evidence synthesis relating to nutritional aspects of both the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 as well as related challenges including those related to food and nutrition security arising from this global crisis. A number of individuals in the Taskforce will be co-applicants/co-investigators for Nutrition and COVID-19 related research working closely with additional internal and external collaborators of NNEdPro forming bespoke project teams dedicated to each specific initiative.
From January 2019 to December 2022, our former research undertaken at the MRC Elsie Widdowson Laboratory in Cambridge, has moved to Ulster University to form the NNEdPro-NICHE Global Nutrition, Health and Disease (GNHD) Programme. The strategic direction of the NNEdPro Nutrition Research and Innovation Consortium is co-led with GNHD and Ulster University
From October 2017 to December 2021 our Interdisciplinary Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) supported work is undertaken with its main base in Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Cambridge.
NNEdPro @ Sino-Cambridge Health Research & Innovation Institute (SCHRII)
Precision Nutrition and Novel Therapeutic Interventions
– M Lim, S Ray
We are always looking for interested individuals or orgnaisations who share our research interests! If you would like to collaborate on a specific research project, please do contact us.
We also provide ample opportunities to students, interns or scholars who wish to undertake a research project including both undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation projects. If you are interested please contact us.