Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- Dr Samira Choudhury
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Samira is a development economist and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Food Systems, Health and the Environment at SOAS, University of London where she is working on the Sustainable and Healthy Food Systems (SHEFS) project. She is affiliated with the Centre for Development, Environment and Policy (CeDEP) at SOAS, as well as LCIRAH. Her current research focuses on analysing the multi-level drivers of fruits and vegetables intakes, primarily using India's National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) household data. Prior to pursuing her Ph.D. in Economics at The University of Adelaide, she was a research analyst at International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research (ICDDR, B) in Bangladesh.
Choudhury, Samira and Shankar, Bhavani and Aleksandrowicz, Lukasz and Tak, Mehroosh and Green, Rosemary and Harris, Francesca and Scheelbeek, Pauline and Dangour, Alan (2020) 'What underlies inadequate and unequal fruit and vegetable consumption in India? An exploratory analysis'. Global Food Security, (24) 100332.
Alae-Carew, Carmelia and Bird, Frances A. and Choudhury, Samira and Harris, Francesca and Aleksandrowicz, Lukasz and Milner, James and Joy, Edward JM. and Agrawal, Sutapa and Dangour, Alan D. and Green, Rosemary (2019) 'Future diets in India: A systematic review of food consumption projection studies'. Global Food Security, (23), pp 182-190.
Choudhury, Samira and Headey, Derek and Masters, William (2019) 'First foods: Diet quality among infants aged 6–23 months in 42 countries'. Food Policy, (88).
Choudhury, Samira and Headey, Derek (2018) 'Household dairy production and child growth: Evidence from Bangladesh'. Economics & Human Biology, (30), pp 150-161.
Choudhury, Samira and Headey, Derek (2017) 'What drives diversification of national food supplies? A cross-country analysis'. Global Food Security, (15), pp 85-93.
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