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Research Biography

Dr Lucinda Bell is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Caring Futures Institute at Flinders University. She is a nationally recognised public health nutrition researcher, focused on enhancing children’s health and nutrition from early in life. She has a strong track record in paediatric dietary assessment, nutrition epidemiology, evidence synthesis, and the delivery and evaluation of child nutrition and weight management initiatives across a range of settings: childcare centres, families, and communities. Dr Bell’s body of research has helped transform approaches to the prevention and management of childhood obesity and has improved our ability to routinely monitor and measure diet-related behaviours.

Research Interests

Child nutrition

Childhood obesity

Dietary assessment

Dietary patterns

Infant feeding

Research Expertise

Most notably, Dr Bell led the evaluation of the South Australian multi-strategy, multi-setting, community-based childhood obesity prevention program, OPAL, in the final stages and was responsible for the delivery and evaluation of the PEACHTM family-based child weight management program online. Her outstanding individual contribution to research has been recognized through receiving a Flinders University Vice Chancellor's Early Career Researcher award in 2016.


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