What we do
We do research to support the transition of our shared global food system toward one that fosters healthy, sustainable and equitable food access and security, while preventing a range of chronic and infectious diseases.
Our team and collaborators cover a range of expertise including epidemiology, public health nutrition, population health, systems science, social science, law and environmental science. That means our research answers a range of policy-relevant questions and the evidence we generate is designed from the start to support policy solutions that advance population and planetary health.
Our approach is grounded in a commitment to global collaboration with principles of equitable partnership, the integration of policy relevant evidence from multiple academic disciplines, and incorporating essential perspectives and insights from stakeholders.