About This Episode
The release of this episode coincides with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which has taken place annually on the 11th February, since 2016.
The day recognizes the critical role women and girls play in science and technology.
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is implemented by UNESCO and UN Women, in collaboration with intergovernmental agencies and institutions, as well as civil society partners, that aim to promote women and girls in science.
The day’s purpose is to promote full and equal access to participation in science for women and girls.
In this episode, we look back on a handul of women who have appeared on the podcast over the past 12 months, to highlight the outstanding work and achievements of women in nutrition science and health science research.
Past Guests Mentioned
- SNR #263: Brenda Davy, PhD – Dietary Assessement Methods in Nutrition Research
- #310: Meeta Singh, MD – Sleep & Circadian Disruption in Pro Athletes: Dealing With the NBA Schedule
- SNR #267: Fiona Willer, AdvAPD – Health At Every Size, Non-Dieting & Weight-Neutral Approaches
- #292: Prof. Alexandra Johnstone, PhD – Appetite Control, Satiety & Diet Interventions
- #308: Robin Tucker, PhD, RD – Impact of Sleep on Taste Perception, Cravings & Food Reward
- SNR #282: Louise Burke, PhD – Project Supernova: The Science of Fuelling Elite Athletes
- #294: Nicola Guess, PhD, RD – Prediabetes & Type 2 Diabetes Nutrition
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