Dr Stacey Lockyer

    Senior Nutrition Scientist
    British Nutrition Foundation

    Stacey carries out literature reviews on a range of topical nutrition issues, gives talks at conferences and events and is involved in the Foundation’s media communications.

    Stacey was inspired to work in public health nutrition by the launch of the Food Standard Agency’s 5-a-day campaign during her degree in Biology with Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London and went on to study MSc Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Reading. Stacey spent the next two years as a research assistant before beginning her PhD.

    Following gaining her doctorate Stacey worked at the Royal College of Physicians as a research fellow, performing systematic reviews for the development of NICE guidelines before joining the Foundation as a nutrition scientist in June 2015.