Academic Directors

Alain Dagher, Associate Professor of Neurology, McGill University

Alain Dagher is a Neurologist specializing in movement disorders and functional brain imaging. His research aims at understanding the function of the basal ganglia, with a particular emphasis on appetitive behaviors. This involves studying how we learn about rewards and punishments, and become motivated to engage in reward-seeking behaviors. The two main techniques used are positron emission tomography (PET) targeting the dopamine system, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The research focuses on Parkinson’s disease, stress, drug addiction (notably cigarette smoking), pathological gambling, and obesity. Dr. Dagher is funded by CIHR, FRSQ, NIDA, the Parkinson Society of Canada, the Institute for Research on Pathological Gambling and Related Disorders, and Unilever PLC.

Valérie Orsat, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Bioresource Engineering, McGill University

Valérie Orsat, Professor in Bioresource Engineering and Associate Dean of Student Affairs on the Macdonald Campus of McGill University, is a leader in state-of-the-art technologies for the processing/production of functional food ingredients for human health. She has worked internationally with major accomplishments and lasting impacts in “Millet processing in India”, “Consolidation of Food Security in South India” and “Microwave Assisted Processing in China”. She has received accolades both nationally and internationally recognizing her engineering approaches for functional foods and food security. She was the recipient of the 2008 Young Engineer of the Year Award and the 2015 John Clark Award, while she became a Fellow in 2017 of the Canadian Society for Bioengineering. She was also recognized in 2017 as a Woman of Innovation in Engineering while in 2021 she received the ‘Engineering and Physical Sciences’ Suffrage Science award, all in recognition of her exceptional contribution in the area of agri-food processing and post-harvest technology.

Academic Members

Amalia M. Issa, Director of the Personalized Medicine & Targeted Therapeutics Institute

Amalia M. Issa, PhD, MPH is an internationally renowned scientist and professor in the field of precision medicine. In 2001, Dr Issa founded and continues to serve as the Director of the Personalized Medicine & Targeted Therapeutics Institute, one of the world’s first enterprises focused on precision medicine. She undertook some of the earliest translational and implementation research of what is now known as precision medicine and has been engaged in leading a systematic multidisciplinary team effort to investigate and address questions regarding the integration of precision medicine into practice and health systems and to build and develop the science of precision genomic healthcare delivery. Notably Dr. Issa pioneered the science of precision medicine decision science. Professor holds degrees from McGill University (Ph.D. from the Dept of Neurology & Neurosurgery), the UCLA School of Public Health (MPH), and completed fellowship training at Harvard Medical School.

Barbel Knauper, Associate Professor of Psychology, McGill University

Barbel Knauper is an Associate Professor of Psychology at McGill University in Montreal. Her area of research is applied social cognition with a focus on health. She studies how individuals make health related judgments (e.g., risk perception); how cognitions (e.g., health beliefs) influence health behavior; and how interventions can be used to restructure health-related cognitions and behaviors. Currently, she studies these processes mainly in the areas of sexual health and eating behavior (dieting, obesity, diabetes). Her methodological interests include the construction of psychometric scales, questionnaire design and the validity of self-reports.

Bruce Doré, Assistant Professor in Marketing, McGill University

Bruce Doré is an Assistant Professor in Marketing at the Desautels Faculty of Management and director of the Affective Mechanisms Lab at McGill. Prof Doré's research focuses on understanding how ideas and emotions spread, using tools from marketing, behavioral science, and neuroscience. This work combines social-behavioral experiments with functional neuroimaging, natural language processing, and computational modelling to better understand the mechanisms that drive impactful communication and consumer word of mouth. Before joining the faculty at Desautels, Prof Doré was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. .

Daiva Nielsen, Assistant Professor in the School of Human Nutrition and Scientific Director of the Mary Emily Clinical Nutrition Research Unit at McGill University

Dr. Daiva Nielsen is an Assistant Professor in the School of Human Nutrition and Scientific Director of the Mary Emily Clinical Nutrition Research Unit at McGill University. Her research program evaluates gene-environment interactions on nutrition and health outcomes, with a specific focus on neurobehavioural aspects of eating including food reward and sensory perception. Her areas of expertise include analysis of large cohort data that include omics assessments and development of experimental studies to investigate eating behaviour.

David Buckeridge, Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McGill University

David Buckeridge is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McGill University in Montreal where he holds a Canada Research Chair in Public Health Informatics. He is also a Medical Consultant at the Institut national de santé publique du Québec and the Direction de Santé Publique de Montréal. His research focuses on public health informatics and particularly on the informatics of public health surveillance. Current research projects include developing and evaluating systems for automated surveillance in community and hospital settings. He has an M.D. from Queen's University in Canada, an MSc. in Epidemiology from the University of Toronto, and a PhD. in Biomedical informatics from Stanford University. Dr Buckeridge is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada with specialty training in Community Medicine.

Doina Precup, Associate Professor of Computer Science, McGill University

Doina Precup is an Associate Professor at the School of Computer Science with McGill University. Doina Precup’s research interests center around machine learning and artificial intelligence. She is most interested in reinforcement learning and in building real-life applications of machine learning algorithms. She received her graduate degrees from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, where she was a Fulbright fellow.

Ji Lu, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Dalhousie University

Ji Lu is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Dalhousie University. Dr. Lu’s research primarily focuses on food consumption and eating behaviours. In the context of healthy eating promotion, he has been studying social-cultural influences, personalities, lifestyles, and contextual, environmental factors that moderate consumers’ food choice and eating pattern. Dr. Lu’s research is rooted in psychological theories of food related decision making. He takes a “brain to society” approach to study consumers’ everyday food choice. One stream of his research has contributed to the understanding on the individual “brain” guiding food choice, including perceptions, attitudes, emotions, and motivations that related to eating behaviors. Another stream of his work studied various social factors that influence eating patterns, including culture differences, dietary beliefs, lifestyle choices, and marketing environment. Beyond the food consumption area, he is eager to extend his research to any lifestyle behaviors that related to self-control and have health or social meaning, such as, increasing physical activities and cutting back household energy consumption.

Javad Nasiry, Associate Professor of Operations Management, McGill University

Javad Nasiry is an associate professor of Operations Management at McGill Desautels Faculty of Management where he joined in 2019. He teaches courses on statistics, decision analytics, and operations management at the undergraduate and graduate levels including the MBA and MMA (Master of Management in Analytics) programs.

His main research interests are in behavioral operations, supply chain management, sustainability, retail operations, operations-marketing interface, and empirical operations-finance interface. His work in behavioral operations elaborates on whether and how psychological phenomena such as reference effects may affect aggregate variables (e.g., market demand) and their implications on firms' operational policies especially in pricing, inventory, and assortment. He employs both analytical and experimental research methods to explore the related research questions. His research in sustainable operations focuses on the environmental consequences of new business models in apparel, renewable energy, and agriculture industries.

Prior to joining McGill, he was an associate professor of operations management in the School of Business and Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) where he joined in 2010. He taught courses on operations management and pricing and revenue management at the undergraduate and graduate levels including the MBA program.

Jian-Yun Nie, Full Professor, Departement d’informatique et de recherche operationnelle, Universite de Montreal

Jian‐Yun Nie is a professor in University of Montreal, which he joined as assistant professor in 1991. He holds a PhD in computer science from University Joseph Fourier of Grenoble under the supervision of Yves Chiaramella. His research interests cover several aspects of IR: theoretical models, query expansion, CLIR and so on. During the recent years, he has carried out experiments on IR and CLIR with several languages, including Chinese. Jian‐Yun Nie is on board of 5 international journals and on program committees of a number of conferences.

Louise Thibault, Associate Professor of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, McGill University

Louise Thibault is an Associate Professor of Dietetics and Human Nutrition at McGill University. Dr. Thibault’s research activities are in the general area of nutrition and behaviour, focusing in understanding the underlying neuroendocronological events involved in the nutritional modulation of feeding behaviour. Significant research contributions include the elucidation of sensory-specific learned eating, a widely assumed but under-researched form of dietary learning. Such learnt coordination of metabolic effects of foods with their sensory characteristics in determining choices of what foods to eat and how much to eat of them is of growing interest to the scientific community. These findings are also central to the intake of energy that contributes to obesity.

Mehmet Gumus, Professor, Operations Management; Academic Director, Master of Management in Analytics, McGill University

Dr. Mehmet Gumus is Associate Professor of Operations Management at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University. He joined McGill in 2007 from the University of California at Berkeley where he completed his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and M.A. in Economics. In his research, Dr. Mehmet Gumus explores the impact of customer behavior and information asymmetry on supply chain management, dynamic pricing, and risk management. His papers are accepted for publication in Management Science, Operations Research, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, Marketing Science and Production and Operations Management.

Nick Drager, Professor of Practice, Public Policy and Global Health Diplomacy, McGill University

Nick Drager M.D. PhD, is the TuBerculosis Vaccine Initiative (TBVI)'s Executive Director. He is the former Director of the Department of Ethics, Equity, Trade and Human Rights and Senior Adviser, Strategy Unit, Office of the Director-General at the World Health Organization. Besides his current position at TBVI he is also Honorary Professor, Global Health Policy, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Professor of Practice, Public Policy and Global Health Diplomacy, McGill University; Adjunct Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine, University of Ottawa; Adjunct Research Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Ottawa; and Senior Fellow, Global Health Programme, The Graduate Institute, Geneva.

Patricia Pelufo Silveira, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University

Dr Silveira is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University, a researcher at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute and a Primary Investigator at the Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics & Mental Health. She is an early career researcher who has recently relocated from Brazil and, fortunate for us, has decided to make Montreal her home. A paediatrician and neuroscientist with extensive research, teaching and clinical experiences, Dr Silveira is one of our most promising researchers. Part of a select but uniquely qualified group of transdisciplinary researchers, we believe she will significantly advance our understanding of the underlying causes of both physical and mental illnesses.

Raphael Lencucha, Assistant Professor, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill University

Raphael Lencucha is an Assistant Professor in the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at McGill University. His research focuses on two aspects of public health policy: 1) the international political economy of public health policymaking and implementation (specific to tobacco and food) and 2) ethical issues pertaining to mental health policy in Canada. His research has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the American Cancer Society and the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use. His research projects have been conducted in Brazil, the Philippines, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi and Canada. Dr. Lencucha received a PhD in Health Promotion at Western University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute of Population Health at the University of Ottawa. 

Reut Gruber, Assistant Professor of Psychology, McGill University

Reut Gruber is a Professor of Psychology at McGill University. Her research looks at how sleep deprivation has consequences for our health and daytime functioning. Reut Gruber, PhD, is examining the association between sleep and attention in infants, toddlers, children and adolescents, the role of sleep in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the genetics of sleep. It has been previously established that, although children with ADHD are hyperactive, they are actually hypo-aroused (more tired, less alert) during the day. Treatment of sleep problems may improve the cognitive functioning and regulation of behavior of these children. Reut Gruber is testing this hypothesis, with the aim to demonstrate a positive impact of sleep on the children’s concentration and behavior. She is also involved with the Douglas’ sleep intervention programs and the day camp for children with ADHD.

Richard Gold, Professor of Law, McGill University

Richard Gold is the President of The Innovation Partnership and previously was the Founding Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy at McGill University. His research centers focus on understanding the links between innovation, intellectual property and development. He led the International Expert Group on Biotechnology, Innovation and Intellectual Property, a transdisciplinary research team that issued a ground-breaking report on the policies and law of innovation and intellectual property. He consults frequently with national governments and international agencies such as the World Health Organization, World Intellectual Property Organization, UNITAID and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. He publishes widely in legal, political science, science and other journals around the world.

Saibal Ray, James McGill Professor, Operations Management, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University

Dr. Ray joined the Operations Management area of the Desautels Faculty of Management in 2001, after finishing his Phd from the University of Waterloo (1998-2001). Dr. Ray holds a bachelor degree in Production Engineering, and a master's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. In addition, he worked for about five years in India in supply and project management.

Dr. Ray's research interest can broadly be categorized as supply chain management. He is specifically interested in studying supply chain risk management, coordination issues in supply chains, retail and agri-food supply chains, capacity and inventory management and dynamic pricing. Most of his research is at the interface of operations and marketing. Dr. Ray's teaching interests are also related to operations and supply chain management. He teaches the core operations management course at the MBA level as well as a supply chain strategy course and a technology/process implementation course at the graduate level. Dr. Ray has been twice awarded the Desautels Faculty Scholar Award for his research achievements and the Quebec Teaching Scholar for his teaching achievements. Moreover, Dr. Ray is presently the Associate Dean in charge of Research and International Relations for the Desautels Faculty of Management as well as the Director of the Global Master in Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management program. Dr. Ray has held/holds grants from both provincial (FQRSC) and federal (NSERC, SSHRC) governments and other non-governmental organizations.

Sandra Schillo, Associate Professor at the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa

Sandra Schillo is the Lead of the Inclusive Innovation Cluster at the Institute for Science, Society and Policy. Her research focuses on innovation and entrepreneurship, in two areas: Data science as relating to innovation and entrepreneurship; and inclusive innovation. In her research, she draws on experience working with the Canadian federal government and as consultant on topics relating to innovation and research management, technology transfer, IP management and small business and entrepreneurship policy. She is currently involved in the SSHRC Partnership Grant 4POINT0, the Food Convergence and Integrity work at the MCCHE, and is supporting the development of an Indigenous Women’s Entrepreneurship Ecosystem.

Sara Ahmed, Associate Professor of Physical & Occupational Therapy, McGill University

Dr. Ahmed conducts research aimed at improving health outcomes for individuals with chronic disease. Her research includes studies that 1) address the challenges of using patient reported outcomes (e.g. health-related quality of life, self-efficacy) in chronic disease management programs, and the use of advanced psychometric approaches for improving the precision and efficiency of outcome evaluations, 2) develop and evaluate the impact of chronic disease computer-enabled self-management interventions integrated into electronic personal health records (e.g. web-based asthma and COPD self-management applications), and 3) knowledge exchange and transfer related to best practices for chronic disease management.

Shawn Brown, Director at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

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Spencer Moore, Associate Professor of Public Health, University of South Carolina

Spencer Moore is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Promotion, Education and Behavior at the Arnold School of Public Health at University of South Carolina. Dr. Moore's research examines how people’s social connections and social relationships affect health. He places a particular focus on risk factors surrounding cardiovascular disease, such as smoking, obesity, inactivity, and how those network connections affect people’s health behaviors and choices. Based on this knowledge, he aims to design interventions that facilitate different kinds of connections to reduce these risks or aim to improve the behavior of whole groups of people, rather than just individuals.

Srivardhini K. Jha, Visiting Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore

Srivardhini K. Jha is a Visiting Professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, and a former Research Scientist at the MCCHE. She has a keen interest in the strategic management of innovation and her current research areas include social entrepreneurship, collaborative strategies for societal transformation and innovation strategy of Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) in emerging markets. She has published in several peer reviewed international journals such as MIS Quarterly, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences and has been a regular presenter at the Academy of Management, Academy of International Business and Strategic Management Society Conferences. She obtained her PhD in Corporate Strategy and Policy from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. She has an MS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and a BS is Information Science and Engineering from Bangalore University. Prior to turning an academic, she has held several senior managerial positions at companies like Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and Infosys.

Thomas Shultz, Professor of Psychology, McGill University

Thomas Shultz is a Professor of Psychology and Associate Member of the School of Computer Science at McGill University. He teaches courses in Computational Psychology and Cognitive Science. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association, and a founder and former Coordinator of McGill Cognitive Science. Research interests include connectionism, cognitive science, cognitive development, evolution and learning, and relations between knowledge and learning. He has over 200 research publications in these areas. He is a Member of the IEEE Neural Networks Society Autonomous Mental Development Technical Committee and Chair of the AMD Task Force on Developmental Psychology. He earned his PhD at Yale in Psychology. In collaboration with Laurette Dubé (Management, McGill), Yu Ma (Management, Alberta), David Katz (Medicine, Yale), Len Epstein (Medicine, SUNY Buffalo), he has immediate plans for a grant application to assess the impact of food labeling on dietary choices and subsequent weight changes. His skills and experience in computational modeling and psychological experimentation will be applied to this and other projects.

Yu Ma, Associate Professor of Marketing, University of Alberta

Yu Ma is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Alberta. His research focuses on retailing and food marketing. Using scanner panel data, he studies how consumers react to marketing activities, such as pricing/promotions/displays. He also examines broader retailing issues such as the influence of food marketing on population health.

Board of Directors

Alain Dagher, Associate Professor of Neurology, McGill University

Alain Dagher is a Neurologist specializing in movement disorders and functional brain imaging. His research aims at understanding the function of the basal ganglia, with a particular emphasis on appetitive behaviors. This involves studying how we learn about rewards and punishments, and become motivated to engage in reward-seeking behaviors. The two main techniques used are positron emission tomography (PET) targeting the dopamine system, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The research focuses on Parkinson’s disease, stress, drug addiction (notably cigarette smoking), pathological gambling, and obesity. Dr. Dagher is funded by CIHR, FRSQ, NIDA, the Parkinson Society of Canada, the Institute for Research on Pathological Gambling and Related Disorders, and Unilever PLC.

Anne McKinney, Associate Vice-Principal, Research and International Relations (AVP-RIR)(Research & Faculty), McGill University


Jacques Hendlisz, CEO, Jacques Hendlisz Health Consultant; Partnership Lead for Transformational Research in Adolescent Mental Health, ‎CIHR and Graham Boeckh Foundation


Laurette Dube, Chair and Scientific Director, MCCHE


Valerie Orsat, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Bioresource Engineering, McGill University and Academic Director, MCCHE


External Collaborating Members

Catherine Paquet, Associate Professor, Université Laval.

Dr. Catherine Paquet is an Associate Professor at the Department of Marketing of Université Laval. Dr. Paquet’s research builds on her multidisciplinary training in physiology (BSc, McGill), consumer psychology and advanced statistics (PhD, McGill), and socio-spatial epidemiology (Post-doctorate, Université de Montréal, University of South Australia). Her primary research interest lies in the influence of environmental factors on chronic diseases, well-being and health-related behaviours. She is particularly interested in the community and organisational factors that shape health behaviours such as dietary behaviours and how such factors can be changed to promote well-being across the lifespan. Her research also investigates genetic and psychological markers associated with greater responsiveness to environmental cues. She has received financial support from a number of national and international agencies including the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Fulbright Commission, National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She is currently Associate Editor for BMC Public Health.

David W.L. Ma, Professor, University of Guelph

David W.L. Ma is a Professor in the Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Guelph and Director of the Guelph Family Health Study. His research focuses on basic and health research examining the role of bioactive fats in health related to metabolism, cancer and other chronic diseases. Also, he leads a longitudinal cohort study examining determinants of health in families with young children. The goal is to develop effective interventions to support healthy lifestyle behaviours from an early age. His research is currently funded by tri-council agencies, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada and The Helderleigh Foundation.

Hajar Fatemi, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Odette School of Business

Hajar Fatemi is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Odette School of Business, University of Windsor. She earned her PhD in Marketing from McGill University. Her research is in consumer behavior and focuses on prosocial behavior and social marketing. The goal of her research is to find ways to win both consumer welfare and business profitability.

Joanne Labrecque, Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

After working as a senior marketing analyst at CROP and SECOR, JoAnne Labrecque (Ph.D. Cornell) has been a marketing professor at HEC Montreal since 1991. She teaches retail management courses in the B.A.A. program, Food Marketing and Marketing and Distribution at the M.Sc program. Her research focuses on a variety of topics related to innovation in the food sector, product category management, satisfaction, value chain, sustainable development and, above all, the analysis of consumer behaviours towards various food categories - functional, organic, equitable or genetically modified - and health perceptions. She is the author of several expert reports and a member of various boards of directors of companies in the food and retail sectors. She is also a member of INAF.

Maria Carmela Annosi, Senior Assistant Professor, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands

Maria Carmela Annosi is a Senior Assistant Professor of Innovation Management and Organizational Behavior at School of Social Sciences, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands. She is member of Research Centre in Business Transformation (ReBoot), LUISS Business School. She is co-founder of DigiMetis network of research excellence on the analysis of socio-ecological systems in a digitalized era, inside Wageningen University and Research. She is Board Member of International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA). Previously Researcher in Organizational Learning and Innovation at Ericsson System Research, Ericsson Research, Ericsson, Sweden. Visiting scholar at Erasmus University and University of Pisa. PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. She researches institutional mechanisms providing successful inducements to individual behavioral change. She also studies the strategies (mechanisms and processes) used by actors (individual or firms) to change institutional arrangement rather than just comply with it, also exploring the influence of social mechanisms on actors’ motivation to initiate an institutional change and their cognitive abilities to drive it (actors and actions affecting institutions).

Maria G. Corradini, Associate Professor, University of Guelph

Maria G. Corradini is an Associate Professor in Food Science and the Arrell Chair in Food Quality at the Arrell Food Institute (University of Guelph). During her career, she has focused on developing procedures and protocols to identify and assess changes in food quality and safety linked to processing and handling practices throughout the supply chain, from producer to consumer. She has also developed and validated mathematical models to evaluate and predict how food processing and handling practices can favor or act in detriment of food quality, safety, and nutritional content. Using a systems dynamics perspective, she has leveraged her expertise to participate as the PI and co-PI in research projects that take an integrative view of food safety and security conditions within communities in Argentina (City of Buenos Aires), China (City of Macau), and USA (Newark, NJ).

Nathan Yang, Assistant Professor, Cornell University

Nathan Yang is an Assistant Professor in Marketing at the Cornell Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor in Marketing at McGill Desautels Faculty of Management and Affiliate Professor at McGill Bensadoun School of Retail Management. His main research interests are in behavioral analytics, empirical industrial organization, (mobile) health and wellness, and retail strategy. He completed his PhD in Economics at the University of Toronto.

Tirtha Dhar, Chair and an Associate Professor, University of Guelph

Tirtha Dhar is the Chair and an Associate Professor (Marketing) at the Department of Marketing and Consumer Studies, College of Business and Economics at the University of Guelph.

He is also an advisory member of the Marketing Analytics Centre, University of Guelph. He is a marketing modeler with interest in both theoretical and empirical modelling using large datasets to generate strategic and public policy insights. He uses tools from economics of industrial organization and business analytics in his research to address marketing strategies (such as: pricing, advertising, and innovation decisions of firms on market outcomes) and public policy related questions. His research has been published in leading marketing and economics journals and cited by major newspapers in Canada and in the US. In terms of area expertise, he has worked extensively in food, nutrition, movie, and internet marketing with funding from Social Science Humanities Research Council of Canada, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture.

Tirtha Dhar has a PhD is in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of Connecticut. After completing PhD, he worked as a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Food System Research Group, University of Wisconsin-Madison in Agricultural and Applied Economics.

Strategic Advisory Board

Alain Poirier, Associate Expert, Quebec National Public Health Institute, Montreal


Aldo Uva, Chief Operating Supply Officer, Ferrero


Frédéric Blaise, Managing Director at Trussbridge Investments


Joanna Castellano, CEO, Q:Quest


Louis Frenette, CEO, Parmalat Canada


Phil Donne, Former President & CEO, Campbell Company of Canada


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