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Dr Rosemary Green

Assistant Professor
in Nutrition and Sustainability

Room
Room 134

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
0207 927 2511

I trained as an epidemiologist, and wrote my PhD thesis on the long-term health consequences of the wartime famine in Guernsey. Before coming to the School, I worked as an analyst on a number of UK longitudinal studies, including the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA) and the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE). 

I joined the School in 2011 on a Leverhulme Fellowship to study nutrition and sustainability, and since then have been pursuing my interest in the relationships between diets, the environment and health. I have worked on a study of sustainable diets in the UK funded by the European Commission (the PURGE project) and a Wellcome-funded study of healthy and sustainable diets in India (SAHDI), as well as exploring global dietary patterns for an LSHTM Fellowship.

I currently work on the Sustainable and Healthy Food Systems (SHEFS) programme, funded by the Wellcome Trust Our Planet Our Health programme to explore relationships between food systems, the environment and health in India, South Africa and the UK. I also work on the GCRF South Asia Nitrogen Hub, researching links between nitrogen flows and human health through food, water and air pollution. 

Affiliations

Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
Department of Population Health

Centres

Centre on Climate Change and Planetary Health

Teaching

I co-organise the Practical Epidemiology module on the MSc Epidemiolgy by Distance Learning, and am also a tutor for the MSc Nutrition for Global Health

I also supervise MSc projects on the themes of dietary patterns and sustainable diets. 

Research

My research focuses on the links between diets, the environment and human health, and I also have an interest in developing new methods and models to study these relationships.

I sit within the Nutrition Group in the Department of Population Health. I am also a member of the LSHTM Centre on Climate Change and Planetary Health and the Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research on Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH).

Research Area
Climate change
Environment
Health inequalities
Health outcomes
Statistical methods
Food
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Global Health
Discipline
Life-course epidemiology
Epidemiology
Nutrition
Disease and Health Conditions
Cardiovascular disease
Chronic disease
Malnutrition
Non-communicable diseases
Obesity
Country
Gambia, The
India
South Africa
Region
European Union
South Asia
Sub-Saharan Africa (all income levels)
World

Selected Publications

Greenhouse gas emissions and water footprints of typical dietary patterns in India.
Green RF; Joy EJM; Harris F; Agrawal S; Aleksandrowicz L; Hillier J; Macdiarmid JI; Milner J; Vetter SH; Smith P
2018
The Science of the total environment
The potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the UK through healthy and realistic dietary change
Green R; Milner J; Dangour AD; Haines A; Chalabi Z; Markandya A; Spadaro J; Wilkinson P
2015
Climatic change
Health effects of adopting low greenhouse gas emission diets in the UK.
Milner J; Green R; Dangour AD; Haines A; Chalabi Z; Spadaro J; Markandya A; Wilkinson P
2015
BMJ open
Health implications of adopting nutritious, low-carbon diets in the U.K.
Green R; Milner J; Dangour AD; Haines A; Chalabi Z; Markandya A; Spadaro J; Wilkinson P
2014
Experimental Biology
Potential ‘co-benefits’ for health and greenhouse gas emissions of adopting acceptable healthy diets in the UK
Milner J; Green R; Dangour AD; Haines A; Chalabi Z; Markandya A; Spadaro J; Wilkinson P
2014
International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Conference
The effect of rising food prices on food consumption: systematic review with meta-regression.
Green R; Cornelsen L; Dangour AD; Turner R; Shankar B; Mazzocchi M; Smith RD
2013
BMJ (Clinical research ed)
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