N8 AgriFood Knowledge Exchange Fellows: Developing solutions to global agrifood challenges

Knowledge Exchange Fellows (KEFs) link N8 AgriFood with external organisations such as industry, government bodies and NGOs, to develop collaborative research solutions to current agrifood challenges.

N8 AgriFood currently has 15 KEFs working across the priority areas of Sustainable Food Production, Resilient Supply Chains and Healthy Nutrition to develop and enable the application of research for external organisations to deliver economic, social and cultural impact at a national and global level.

To learn more about how KE fellows can help you or to learn more about the team, please contact Dr Sally Howlett or individual KE Fellows listed below:

Dr Dana Macgregor

Durham University

Dr Shane Rothwell

Lancaster University

Dr Amy Taylor

The University of Leeds

Dr Peter Glen Walley

The University of Liverpool

Dr Catherine Tetard-Jones

Newcastle University

Dr Harry Langford

The University of Sheffield

Dr Sally Howlett

The University of York

Dr James Stockdale

The University of York

Dr Helen Downie

The University of Manchester

Dr Justa Hopma

The University of Sheffield

Dr Merisa Thompson

The University of Sheffield

Dr Katerina Psarikidou

Lancaster University

Dr Neil Boyle

The University of Leeds

Dr Christian Reynolds

The University of Sheffield