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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


André Briend

University of Copenhagen, Denmark & University of Tampere, Finland

Andrew Hall


Andy Prendergast

Centre for Pediatrics, Queen Mary, University of London & Zvitambo Institute for Maternal and Child Health Research, Zimbabwe

Carmel Dolan


Caroline Wilkinson


Carlos Grijalva Eternod


Dolores Rio


Dominque Robenfroid

Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp

Erin Boyd


Jay Berkley

University of Oxford, Kenya Medical Research Institute – KEMRI

Jeanette Bailey


Jillian Waid


Jonathan Wells

MRC Childhood Nutrition Research Centre, University College London

Kay Dewey

University of California, Davis

Kevin Phelan


Leisel Talley/Mija Ververs


Mark Manary

College of Medicine, Blantyre, Malawi

Mark Myatt

Brixton Health

Marko Kerac

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

Martha Mwangome

Kenya Medical Research Institute – KEMRI

Mike Golden

University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Natasha Lelijveld

Action Against Hunger

Paluku Bahwere

Valid International

Patrick Webb

Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy

Saul Guerrero

No Wasted Lives/ACF

Sheila Isanaka

T.H Chan School of Public Health, Harvard

Silke Pietzsch


Simon Schoenbuchner

University of Cambridge

Sophie Moore

MRC Human Nutrition Research, Cambridge

Stephanie Richards

Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University

Tanya Khara


William Checkley

Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University

Zita Weise-Prinzo


Zulfiqar Bhutta

Aga Khan University



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chloe (2018). Wasting-Stunting (WaSt) Technical Interest Group (TIG) members.