• Name
      Dr Sarah Kehoe
    • Qualifications
      BSc MSc PhD ANutr
    • Role
      Senior Research Fellow

    Sarah graduated in Physiology and Psychology from the University of Southampton and completed her MSc in Public Health Nutrition also at the University of Southampton.

    She has worked on nutritional aspects of cohort and intervention studies investigating the developmental origins of chronic disease in India since 2006.

    In April 2013 she completed her PhD (supervisors Professor Caroline Fall and Professor Barrie Margetts) which she undertook on a part time basis over a four year period. Her thesis was entitled ‘The effect of a micronutrient-rich food supplement on women’s health and nutrient status’.

    Her current research focuses on the dietary habits of young women in low-income settings in India and aims to identify and implement interventions to improve the nutritional status of these women and their children.