Ms Bea Savory

Research Assistant in Food & Health

United Kingdom

In 2022 I completed my MA in Anthropology of Food from The School of Oriental and African Studies, where I used ethnographic methods to explore the ideological and systemic barriers to school food reform in England.

Since I joined LSHTM in 2022 I have been conducting fieldwork and analysing qualitative data for the MRC evaluation of takeaway 'exclusion zones' around schools in England.

As part of the ESRC-funded SALIENT project I will be conducting qualitative research into interventions to encourage healthier and more sustainable food behaviours.


Department of Public Health, Environments and Society
Faculty of Public Health and Policy


Research Area
Food production (agriculture)
School-based health
Adolescent health
Public health
Qualitative research
United Kingdom
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