Dr Ines Varela-Silva

Dr Ines Varela-Silva is a human biologist in the Centre for Global Health and Human Development at Loughborough University. She has a keen interest in global health and wellbeing throughout the lifespan.

Her current areas of research focus on patterns of human growth and development as indicators of health and disease; the paradox of nutritional dual-burden (coexistence of under-and overweight) among populations in developing countries and among migrants in developed countries; aspects of energy balance, physical (in)activity and intergenerational components of health and disease; and on objective assessment of energy expenditure using ambulatory-technological devices.

Inês believes that science and art should mingle more. She is a patron of The Old Vic Theatre and a gold member of the Theatre Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham.

Recent Past Lectures

Globalisation and Children's Diets: The Case of the Maya of Mexico and Central America

Professor Barry Bogin
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 - 1:00PM