Our new Knowledge Exchange Fellow, Tracey Duncombe

We’ve recently recruited our Knowledge Exchange (KE) Fellow, Dr Tracey Duncombe. She will work across the Transforming Food Systems SPF Programme with our projects, stakeholders and external networks.

Based at the University of Reading, her role is to:

  • strengthen the existing partnerships across the funded portfolio
  • help to develop new relationships that could lead to collaborative knowledge exchange projects
  • facilitate knowledge exchange and network building across stakeholders and policy makers.

Through these streams of work, she will raise the profile of the programme and the findings of the funded research.

To begin her role, Tracey will start to map out the key stakeholders within the programme, as well as identifying priorities, needs and synergies across the projects. She will also scan the horizon for emerging opportunities and evidence needs across government and industry.

We are looking forward to working with Tracey over the next few years to raise the profile of the research and maximise the impact of the Transforming UK Food Systems SPF Programme.

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