Biography & Research:
Dr. Kimberly Carla Campbell (nee Ashby-Mitchell) is a Public Health Scientist whose research interests centre on nutrition and health disease outcomes throughout the lifecourse, healthy ageing, health education and promotion.
She is currently a Research Associate at the University of Ottawa. Kimberly has also worked at the University of the West Indies (Jamaica Campus), the Caribbean Public Health Agency and one of its predecessors - the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute.
Dr. Campbell has also served as a Consultant in the Nutrition Policy and Scientific Advice Unit at the World Health Organization in Geneva and was a member of the WHO guideline development group for risk reduction of cognitive decline and dementia.
She has over ten years of experience as a public health researcher and was formerly both a doctoral student and Postdoctoral Fellow based at the Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing at the Australian National University (ANU).