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Appendix F: Committee Member Biographical Sketches
Pages 289-294

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From page 289...
... , where she oversaw the development of policy and regulations for dietary supplements, labeling, food standards, infant formula, and medical foods. Her prior positions include serving on the nutrition and food science faculty at UC Davis, as well as chair of the Department of Nutrition, dean of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and associate vice provost for university outreach.
From page 290...
... Her research centers around food wasted in households in the United States with a focus on measurement and behavior; how food becomes "waste" within the broader contexts of the food system, health, and everyday life. As part of her research, she worked with the Natural Resources Defense Council, leading the first-of-its-kind household level measurement in the United States, and with Oregon Department of Environmental Quality on a study of wasted food in urban and rural Oregon households.
From page 291...
... His research interests focus on reasoning and basic cognitive processes, especially induction, statistical reasoning, causal attribution, cost-benefit analysis, and logical versus dialectical approaches to problem solving. He is a recipient of the distinguished scientific contribution award and the William James fellow award of the American Psychological Society and the distinguished senior scientist award of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology.
From page 292...
... Shea is an associate professor of health policy and management in the Gillings School of Global Public Health, adjunct associate professor of social medicine in the School of Medicine, research fellow at the Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services Research, and a faculty lead for the North Carolina Translational & Clinical Sciences Institute's implementation science unit, all at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
From page 293...
... Her research focuses on issues pertaining to food system planning, food waste, community-based research, waste management, and the circular economy. One of her major studies investigated the factors that influence urban household food consumption and food wasting practices in Indonesia and the ways in which food systems consideration can improve urban planning decision making as it relates to food waste management.

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