Professor Jayne Woodside

Institute for Global Food Security, Queen's University, Belfast

How the Institutions can Improve Childhood Nutrition

In this video, Jayne Woodside, Professor for Human Nutrition at Queen's University Belfast, discusses improving nutrition awareness among children through a combination of education and engagement with school programs. She also takes a look forward at the future of nutrition research, and how technology can help gather more accurate data and deliver personalized nutrition for all. 

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Professor Jayne Woodside
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Professor Jayne Woodside

Biography

Professor Jayne Woodside’s is Deputy Director of the Institute for Global Food Security at Queens University Belfast, one of the University’s four global research institutes. More

Professor Jayne Woodside

Institute for Global Food Security, Queen's University, Belfast

Professor Jayne Woodside’s research is focused on how diet and lifestyle factors may affect chronic disease risk, including cardiovascular disease and cancer.Jayne is Professor of Human Nutrition within the Centre for Public Health at Queen’s and she is also Deputy Director of the Institute for Global Food Security, one of the University’s four global research institutes. She specialises in the use of biomarkers to assess dietary intake, conducting controlled dietary interventions and, finally, interventions to promote long-term dietary change.