Our partners

The challenge of poor nutrition in low and middle income countries is complex; developing a solution to the problem will require the expertise of researchers from multiple disciplines and countries.

Our approach was co-designed with large group of researchers, industry figures and international partners. Collaborators work in groups focussed on different themes to address the various aspects of the problem and solution.

Theme 1: Feedstock optimisation

Professor Neil Bruce, University of York

Professor Simon McQueen-Mason, University of York

Dr Julie Wilson, University of York

Dr Chun Shiong Chong, University of Technology, Malaysia

Dr Kian Mau Goh, University of Technology, Malaysia

Dr Adibah Yahya, University of Technology, Malaysia

Professor Madihah Salleh, University of Technology, Malaysia

Dr Didiek Goenadi, Indonesian Research Institute for Biotechnology and Bioindustry 

Dr Laksmita Santi, Indonesian Research Institute for Biotechnology and Bioindustry 

 

Theme 2: Insect nutrition and crop health

Dr Chrysantus Tanga, icipe

Dr Komi Fiaboe, icipe

Dr Elaine Fitches, Durham University

Professor Ari Sadanandom, Durham University

Dr Marc Kenis, Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International

Dr Victor Clottey, Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International

Dr Charles Pomalegni, Institut National des Recherches Agricoles du Bénin

Dr Nicholas Kibet Korir, Kenyatta University

Dr Andrew Nichols, University of Sheffield

Dr Maureen Elizabeth Wakefield, Fera Science Limited

Dr Adrian Charlton, Fera Science Limited

 

Theme 3: Animal nutrition

Professor Helen Margaret Miller, University of Leeds

Dr Ben Lukuyu, International Livestock Research Institute

Dr Jonathan Munguti, Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute

Dr Margaret Aanyu, National Fisheries Resources Research Institute 

Dr David Miano Mwangi, Kenya Agriculture and Livestock Research Organization

Dr Isaac Osuga, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

Professor Guy Apollinaire Mensah, Institut National des Recherches Agricoles du Bénin

 

Theme 4: Human nutrition

Professor Dorothy Nakimbugwe, Makerere University

Dr Alan Mackie, University of Leeds

Dr Caroline Orfila, University of Leeds

Professor Henry Laswai, Sokoine University of Agriculture

Dr John Kinyuru, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

 

Theme 5: Socio-economic, environmental and policy impacts

Dr Gracious Diiro, icipe

Professor Lindsay Stringer, University of Leeds

Dr Rodrigo Moreno-Serra, University of York

Professor Claire Heffernan, Royal Veterinary College

Dr Paula Dominguez-Salas, Royal Veterinary College

Dr Zainura Zainon Noor, University of Technology, Malaysia

 

Theme 6: Delivering change to benefit society

All partners are involved in this theme.