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Philip (WPT) James

Prof Philip James CBE DSc MD FRCP MFPHM Director, Director, Public Health Policy Group/Chairman International Obesity TaskForce (IOTF)

231 North Gower St, London NW1 2NS    Phone: +44 20 76911900
Email: jeanhjames@aol.com

Website: www.iaso.org / www.iotf.org

Professor James graduated with degrees in physiology and medicine from University College, London, followed by 3 years in Jamaica where he obtained his MD, and a year as a Harvard Research Fellow at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, USA. On returning to the UK he was a senior lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and then, in 1974, he became assistant director of the MRC Dunn Nutrition Unit, Cambridge, UK. From 1982 to 1999 he was director of the Rowett Research Institute, Aberdeen, UK, a large nutrition research institute. As chairmen of the International Obesity Taskforce, he is currently responsible for the funding and organisation of global initiatives relating to food and health with particular emphasis on the pandemic of obesity. Dr James was chairman of the UN Millennium Commission on global issues relating to nutrition up to 2020, wrote the Food Standards Agency proposals for Tony Blair and those for a new EU Food and Health Authority. He is a member of several national and international advisory groups on nutrition and health and Vice President of the International Union of Nutritional Sciences with primary responsibility for developing a global understanding of the scientific basis for the impact of nutrition on adult health.

FENS-Keynote Lecture 2003 - Rome -  International nutrition policy: Global strategies on health andquality of life - challenges for European food policy - Karlsruhe Lecture 2004  (ähnliche Lecture in - Kreta

Marabou Symposium 2005(scan vorhanden) Nutrition and Human Development

(James) A life course approach to diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases. Public Health Nutrition: 7(1A), 101–121 (2004) DOI: 10.1079/PHN2003584

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