1. Research Initiatives
Promoting globally-oriented metabolism research advancing basic, clinical, and public health science in key areas: metabolic disease; metabolism and global health; biodiversity and agriculture; food and decision-making.
2. Developing Researchers
Training early-career researchers to develop interdisciplinary backgrounds to impact the treatment of metabolic disease and global nutrition policies.
3. Research Facilities
Providing UCL and London-based researchers with cutting-edge research facilities for the study of metabolism.
4. Public and Policy Engagement
Providing scientific experts and other resources for the media and public to understand the science, politics and environmental impact of nutrition and metabolism.
If your research is related to food, metabolism and society and you are interested in policy placements in government departments or other policy organisations, please visit the UCL Public Policy placements page for details on current opportunities.