Rachel Berry

Research Scientist and Project Manager

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Food Databanks National Capability

My primary role within the Food Databanks group is the management of EU-funded projects and general scientific administrative support, including project budgets, planning, delivery and reporting. I currently manage the EIT-Food PERSFO project and support Paul Finglas in his role as Scientific Coordinator for the FNS-Cloud project (Horizon 2020). I have many years of experience in working on EU and EIT projects within the Institute.

My background is in food and health research, and I continue to contribute to the Group’s scientific objectives and specific projects. Primarily my scientific contributions are focussed on FNS-Cloud, and, in particular, the work to develop Demonstrators to showcase the project’s outputs, but my research interests and experience cover a variety of areas including food composition, dietary intake assessment, personalised nutrition, healthy ageing, micronutrients, systematic review methodologies and research ethics/human studies.

I originally joined the Quadram Institute Bioscience as a member of the Micronutrients group working on human studies, most notably iron. Following this, I worked for a period in the Nutrition Department at University of East Anglia (UEA), learning systematic review methodologies as part of an FP6 EU-Funded project on micronutrients (EURRECA). I returned to the Institute in 2012 as part of the Food Databanks National Capability.

Segovia Lizano D,Goossens J,Astley S,Berry R,Finglas P. (2020)

QUISPER AND DEVELOPMENTOF A PERSONALISED NUTRITION COMMUNITY

Agro Food Industry Hi Tech, 32


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Gavrieli A., Trichopoulou A., Valsta L. M., Ioannidou S., Berry R., Roe M., Harvey L., Finglas P., Glibetic M., Gurinovic M., Naska A.. (2019)

Identifying sources of measurement error in assessing dietary intakes – Results of a multi-country ring-trial.

Nutrition, metabolism, and cardiovascular diseases : NMCD, 29, 127-134


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Naska A., Gavrieli A., Trichopoulou A., Valsta L., Ioannidou S., Berry R., Roe M., Harvey L., Finglas P., Glibetic M., Gurinovic M.. (2019)

Identifying sources of measurement error in assessing dietary intakes – Results of a multi-country ring-trial

Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases, Volume 29, Issue 2, February 2019, Pages 127-134


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Kapsokefalou M., Roe M., Turrini A., S.Costa H., Martinez-Victoria E., Marletta L., Berry R., Finglas P.. (2019)

Food Composition at Present: New Challenges

Food Composition at Present: New Challenges


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Jimoh F., Lund E., Harvey L., Frost C., Lay W. J., Roe M., Berry R., Finglas P. M.. (2018)

Monitoring Dietary Intake and Exercise in Adolescents: Comparingthe Use of a Paper Diary with a Smartphone App

JMIR MHEALTH AND UHEALTH, JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018 | vol. 6 | iss. 1 | e17 | p.1


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Jimoh F., Lund E. K., Harvey L. J., Frost C., Lay W. J., Roe M. A., Berry R., Finglas P. M.. (2018)

“Comparing Diet and Exercise Monitoring Using Smartphone App and Paper Diary: A Two-Phase Intervention Study”

JMIR, Vol 6, No 1 (2018): January


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Korouiæ Seljak B., Koroec P., Eftimov T., Ocke M., van der Laan J., Roe M., Berry R., Crispim S. P., Turrini A., Krems C., Slimani N., Finglas P.. (2018)

“Identification of requirements for computer-supported matching of food consumption data with food composition data”

Nutrients, 10, 4


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