Researchers gather from around the world for GDAR Meeting

Over 30 researchers from South Africa, Jamaica, Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, Brazil and the UK gathered at Wolfson College, Cambridge in October for the 5th Annual GDAR Meeting and Workshop. Researchers spent the week discussing our research and exploring what our science means - not only for better diets and greater physical activity but also for … Continue reading Researchers gather from around the world for GDAR Meeting

NIHR profiles GDAR research, engagement and training

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are now the biggest cause of death worldwide. Our team investigated key risk factors for NCDs in lower middle income countries. The UK National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), which funds GDAR, has profiled our work on their website and newsletter. Preventing chronic disease through diet and physical activity Non-communicable … Continue reading NIHR profiles GDAR research, engagement and training

Early Career Researchers: finding our way in global health research

A group of Early Career Researchers from the Global Diet and Activity Network came together to reflect on their experiences of working in the network in low- and middle-income country settings. In this first of a series of 3 blogs, they share their thoughts on some of the opportunities and challenges of being an early … Continue reading Early Career Researchers: finding our way in global health research