I am a Food and Nutrition Data Scientist in Food Databanks Group where I lead computational work on new tools and methods for research and public engagement. I work on European projects related to personalised nutrition and on creating a modern data infrastructure with our eBASIS data that will enable researchers to incorporate data on food bioactives into their research. I have an interest in utilising the power of data to understand forces driving nutrition that are invisible to the human eye without the use of algorithms.
Recently I worked with Alan Turing Institute to leverage consumer data to get insight into how food choices are affected by policy. My past experiences include working on new product development in food industry and working in scientific consulting, helping companies to innovate.