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Research and the COVID-19 crisis - World Food Day

Location
online
Date(s)
16/10/2020 (12:00-14:30)
Contact
To register please click here. For further information please email eventsoffice@dmu.ac.uk
Description
Join us as we focus on the impact of COVID-19 in the context of World Food Day. The event will feature, amongst other topics an analysis of a recent study conducted by DMU Researchers that explores the psychology of eating during isolation.

This event is part of an ongoing series of lectures with leading DMU scholars to mark National/International Awareness Days. The events aim to reflect on how research can help communities deal with the COVID-19 crisis within the contexts of the environment, health and wellbeing, political stabilities and future generations.

Talks include - 

Professor Parvez Haris (Professor of Biomedical Science): Food, diet and nutrition during a pandemic: past and present

Dr Harprit Singh: The potential benefits of Eldrberries during COVID-19 pandemic

Helen Coulthard: Conducting study on psychology of eating during isolation

Maxine Sharps: Conducting study on psychology of eating during isolation

Professor David Mba, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise) will chair the event

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