Mrs Fanny Sandalinas
Fanny is a research fellow working on the MAPS project. Prior to joining LSHTM, Fanny was a nutrition specialist for UNICEF and managed micronutrient programmes in West and Central Africa.
Department of Population Health
Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
Fanny is working on the Micronutrient Action Policy Support (MAPS) project, a four-year Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded investment aimed at developing a co-designed, web-hosted tool to enable the best estimates of micronutrient deficiencies at sub-national scales in Africa.
Fanny has experience analysing biomarkers of micronutrient status from large scale surveys.
Disease and Health Conditions
Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
A Practical Guide to Adjust Micronutrient Biomarkers for Inflammation Using the BRINDA Method.
The Journal of nutrition
Measuring the impact of malaria infection on indicators of iron and vitamin A status: a systematic literature review and meta-analysis.
The British journal of nutrition
Folate Deficiency Is Spatially Dependent and Associated with Local Farming Systems among Women in Ethiopia.
Current developments in nutrition
Combined infant and young child feeding with small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplementation is associated with a reduction in anemia but no changes in anthropometric status of young children from Katanga Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo: a quasi-experimental effectiveness study.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION