Eating in France: Current Trends and Public Health Implications

Co-sponsored by the Global Education Center,
the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures,
and the Food Systems Program in the Health and Nutrition Sciences Department

Eating in France:
Current Trends and
Public Health Implications

Dr. Laure Saulais
Institut Paul Bocuse
Lyon, France

Wednesday April 9, 2014
Schmitt Hall Room 104

Laure Saulais has a MSc. in Food and Life Science Engineering and Environmental Economics from Agro-Paris-Tech University, and a PhD in Economics from Grenoble University. She was a postdoctoral researcher in the Agricultural Economics Department at Laval University, Quebec City before joining the Institut Paul Bocuse Research Centre in September 2009, where she is now a researcher. She was also an associate researcher at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) in Grenoble, France.    Her research in the fields of Behavioral Economics and Public Health focuses on food choice behaviors in contexts at home and away from home. She also teaches Masters level courses in Consumer Behavior and Public Health at the Institut Paul Bocuse and occasionally teaches courses in other French universities and engineering schools.

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