Two Lectureships in Nutritional Sciences (Assistant Professors) at King’s College London are advertised, one focussed on Molecular & Cellular Nutrition and the other on Public Health Nutrition & Global Nutrition.
Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences (Molecular & Cellular Nutrition)
Expertise in Molecular & Cellular Nutrition ideally relating to one or more of the following: micronutrient metabolism; nutritional 'omics (genomics, lipidomics, microbiomics or metabolomics); nutrient sensing and absorption; nutrition in cell models or animal models; food biosciences; or food and microbiome (in vitro or in vivo),
Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences (Public Health Nutrition & Global Nutrition)
Expertise in Public Health Nutrition & Global Nutrition ideally relating to one or more of the following: population measures of nutritional status including dietary assessment and nutritional biomarkers; nutritional epidemiology using large complex data sets and cohort studies; food labelling, food systems and systems thinking; food and social policy including policy synthesis; inequalities in nutrition-related diseases including food insecurity; malnutrition in LMIC; life course nutrition (e.g. infant, maternal or ageing); development, implementation and evaluation of complex health interventions; or the prevention of nutrition-related disease using public health interventions.
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