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Wasting-Stunting (WaSt) Technical Interest Group (TIG) members

The current members of the Technical Interest Group (TIG) on the links between wasting and stunting (WaSt) are as follows: 

Abigail Perry DFID
André Briend Independant
Andrew Hall Independent
Andy Prendergast St Bartholomew’s and Queen Mary
Bernadette Cichon No Wasted Lives
Carlos S. Grijalva-Eternod UCL Institute for Global Health, UK
Caroline Wilkinson UNHCR
Dolores Rio UNICEF
Dominque Robenfroid Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp
Emily Smith Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Erin Boyd OFDA
Heather Stobaugh Independent
Jay Berkley KEMRI/Wellcome Trust Research Programme, Kenya
Jeanette Bailey IRC
Jillian Waid HKI
Jonathan Wells UCL Institute for Child Health, UK
Kay Dewey UC Davis, USA
Kevin Phelan ALIMA
Leisel Talley/Mija Ververs CDC
Mark Manary University of St Louis, USA
Mark Myatt Brixton Health
Marko Kerac LSHTM, UK
Martha Mwangome KEMRI/Wellcome Trust Research Programme, Kenya
Michel Garenne Independent
Nancy Aburti WFP
Natasha Lelijveld LSHTM, UK
Nicki Connell Eleaner Crook Foundation
Paluku Bahwere Valid International
Patrick Webb Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, TUFTS, USA
Robert Black Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of Public Health
Saul Guerrero Independent
Sheila Isanaka T.H Chan School of Public Health, Harvard
Silke Pietzsch Independent
Simon Schoenbuchner University of Cambridge
Sophie Moore King’s College London 
Stephanie Richards Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA
William Checkley Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Zita Weise-Prinzo WHO
Zulfiqar Bhutta Aga Khan University


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