Network members

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

Daniel Clarkson
Lancaster University, Morecambe Bay Foodbank

My research mainly focuses on analysis of Foodbank usage in Morecambe and Lancaster, with a particular interest in using spatial statistical methods and statistical modelling with Foodbank data.

Charlotte Cockman
Jennifer Constantine
King's College London

My PhD research is a comparative analysis of the UK and Brazil's policy responses to food and nutrition security (FNS) issues.

Dan Crossley
Food Ethics Council

• Lambie-Mumford H, Crossley D, Jensen E, Verbeke M, Dowler E (2014) Household food security in the UK: a review of food aid. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, London

Deborah David
Registered Dietitian: Freelance Community Dietetics (Health Professions Council, BDA). Also a volunteer with Trussell Trust: EatWellSpendLess -Community Cooking

I am a freelance community public health nutritionist  and registered dietitian with over 15 years experience.

Stephanie Denning
Coventry University

Stephanie Denning is a social and cultural geographer, whose research focusses on Christian responses to poverty - faith-based social action, Christianity, volunteering, and holiday hunger.

Anuj Dhanak
Booni.co.uk
Flora Douglas
Robert Gordon University

Dr Flora Douglas is a Reader in Nursing who is based in the School of Nursing and Midwifery (SNM) at The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.

Elizabeth Dunsford
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; Westminster City Council

I am a Public Health Strategist and Public Health Dietitian currently with responsibility for Adult Social Care and also for mental health and social isolation.

Wendy Eades
Warwick

My work involves measuring the impacts of welfare reform and public sector funding cuts on the human rights of people in Coventry by examining their lives experiences.

Ian Edgar
SOAS, University of London

Currently reserching food insecurity among older people in the SW UK.

Laurie Egger
City University of London

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