Early Career Network

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The Healthy Diet, Healthy Life (HDHL) Early Career Network is a dynamic and participatory community of early career researchers in the research fields of nutrition, physical activity, and health. Through online activities and resource sharing, the network aims to promote the development of key research skills, foster collaboration, and provide exciting network opportunities among its members.

About

The network was launched in 2023 and is growing every day! Currently, the network consists of 50+ members from 9 different countries and 20 research projects in the fields of nutrition, physical activity, and health.

Activities

  • The network organises regular online meetings and webinars. Activities are organised in an interactive format so members can get to know each other, projects and research, and share feedback and ideas.
  • The network aims to facilitate in-person meetings, for example at conferences
  • Members can join an online communication platform to chat with other members and gain access to all network documents (e.g., information about previous webinars and a list of relevant upcoming conferences)

Become a member

The network is open to all early career researchers (Master’s students, PhDs, postdocs, research assistants, or other early career positions) who have worked or are working as part of a HDHL funded project.

If you match this description and are interested to join, you can express your interest by completing this form. Here, you will also find a few short questions to share your preferences for certain activities and webinar topics.

Steering Committee

The steering committee consists of the following early career researchers:

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Kaat Philippe profile

Kaat Philippe

EndObesity, Ireland
Chair
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Laura Belmon profile

Laura Belmon

GrowH!, Netherlands
Co-Chair
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Caroline Seiferth profile

Caroline Seiferth

I-PREGNO, Germany
Communication
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Anais Lavoisier

Anaïs Lavoiser

EAT4age, France

Become a member

The network is open to all early career researchers (Master’s students, PhDs, postdocs, research assistants, or other early career positions) who have worked or are working as part of a HDHL funded project.

If you match this description and are interested to join, you can express your interest by completing this form. Here, you will also find a few short questions to share your preferences for certain activities and webinar topics.