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Call for Papers

Public Health Nutrition (PHN) is looking for contributions for a Special Issue on “Sustainability and Public Health Nutrition”, which will be published in 2015. The deadline for submissions is 15 March 2014. Submitted manuscripts must be original and may not be under review by another publication. The manuscript selection process will follow standard journal procedures, reviewed on a double-blind, peer review basis. Read More

New job vacancy: Assistant Professor, Nutrition and Food Science, Montclair State University – USA

A position as Assistant Professor in Nutrition and Food Science is now open at Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA. The appointment includes curriculum development as well as teaching and developing undergraduate and graduate courses in food and sustainable operations, food and the environment, food and agra-systems, and food production. Candidates must have earned a doctorate in food production, agriculture, food studies, environmental sciences, or a related field, with expertise in food systems and production. Review begins immediately and continues until position is filled. Read More

Post-doctoral fellowship: Sustainable Urban Food Systems

A post-doctoral fellowship position is now open within the scientific framework of the SurFood program. The post-doctoral researcher will work on the construction of a model of representation of urban food systems. This model will allow assessing the sustainability, to simulate some innovations on the sustainability of the system and to give back a picture of the interactions among the actors who are responsible for the evolution of the system. Application deadline is 19 August.Read More

Postdoctoral / Research Fellow opportunity at ANU

The National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health at the Australian National University (ANU) has an opportunity for an early to mid career researcher with a quantitative and qualitative background to work in the area of globalization, trade, food and public policy led by Professor Sharon Friel. The position strives to improve understanding of the relationship between globalization, trade and health equity, with a strong focus on food systems. The position is for two (2) years in the first instance and the deadline for application is 31 May 2013.Read More