Kerry Brown is a public health researcher who works with mixed-methods and across multi-disciplinary areas related to food and health. Her background is in the bio-sciences and she enjoys bringing the social and natural sciences together to find scientifically informed and pragmatic solutions to key public health challenges. Brown’s main research interest is in the analysis of risk (interpreting and weighing scientific evidence together with political priorities/societal values), especially regarding the development and implementation of dietary reference values and food-based dietary guidelines. She has a keen interest in research design and her current work explores the food system in India (and South Africa), which involves finding innovative methods of integrating dietary, health and environmental evidence, and designing food system policies to help fulfil the UN sustainable development goals. She is a Registered Associate Nutritionist on the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists (ANutr); 2011 alumni of the European Leadership for Nutrition; a member of the London International Development Centre (LIDC); a London area STEM ambassador; and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).