Network members

If you would like to identify ENUF network members by name, by research interest and/or discipline please search below:

Magaly Aceves-Martins
University of Aberdeen

I have experience on both quantitative and qualitative research methods, as well as fieldwork experience in clinical nutrition, health promotion and nutrition interventions (especially with young p

Rachel Alcock
Oxfam GB and the End Hunger UK campaign
Alison Atkinson-Phillips
Oral History Collective, Newcastle University

Foodbank Histories is a collaborative research partnership between the Newcastle West End Foodbank (NWEF), Northern Cultural Projects CIC, and Newcastle University Oral History Unit & Collectiv

Martine Barons
University of Warwick

My research focusses on coherent inference over a network of probabilistic systems for decision support with applications to food security.

Melissa Bateson
Behavioural Science and Psychology, Biosciences Institute, Newcastle University

My current research is foucussed around trying to understand the links between food insecurity and obesity. I work on data from both humans and a non-standard animal model, the European starling.

Natasha Bayes
University of Northampton

My research involves qualitative ethnographic research exploring people's experiences of food poverty and foodbank use in Northamptonshire, East Midlands; as well as a small scale mid-methods evalu

Dave Beck
Bangor University
The University of Salford

I have been researching the food systems of Wales for nearly ten years both within the School of Geography and the School of Social Science at Bangor University. This began with an exploration into

Gillian Beeley
Together Lancashire supports development of Food Alliances in Blackburn with Darwen and across Lancashire in towns and localities. Currently also facilitating an Experts by Experience programme focussing on rural food poverty.

I work in the fields of rural food poverty, child poverty and food insecurity and holiday hunger/nurture.

Megan Blake
University of Sheffield

My work with community-based organisations, local authorities, and national charities considers the ways that national policy has everyday effects that shape how people access and engage with food

Zak Bond
The WI

I lead the WI's work on food poverty.

Amy Bond
University of Central Lancashire

In 2017/18 I have been undertaking research into the work of food banks and community cooking projects, looking at the social impact of these initiatives in the Preston and East Lancashire region.

Kerry Brennan-Tovey
University of Sunderland

Currently researching the experiences of foodbank users, and individuals who are not using foodbanks but other forms of food aid avaliable to them.