Led by Professor Mike Gibney of University College Dublin, the Food4Me.org consortium consists of 25 partners from 12 European countries. It brings together a multi-disciplinary team in the fields of biological sciences, consumer studies, marketing, business development, IT and technology, ethical and legal industry, and communication.
John Mathers leads the work on the design, delivery and evaluation of outcomes from the Proof of Principle (PoP) Study.
Ulf Görman from Lund University is leader of Food4Me’s investigation into the ethical and legal aspects of personalised nutrition.
Marianne Walsh from University College Dublin (UCD) is project manager of Food4Me.
Hannelore Daniel, from Technische Universität München (TUM), is managing Food4Me’s work on technology and personalised nutrition.
Jo Goossens is leading work on business and value creation models. He told us a bit about how he got involved in Food4Me and his role in the project.
Colleges and institutions:
- Bio-Sense, Belgium
- Creme, Ireland
- DSM Nutritional Products Ltd, Switzerland
- European Food Information Council, Belgium
- Harokopio University, Greece
- Jönköping University School of Education and Communication, Sweden
- Keller and Heckman LLP, Belgium
- LEI Wageningen UR, Netherlands
- Lunds Universitet, Sweden
- Maastricht University MC, Netherlands
- Newcastle University, United Kingdom
- NuGO, Netherlands
- National Food & Nutrition Institute, Poland
- Philips Electronics Nederland B.V., Netherlands
- Philips Electronics UK Limited, United Kingdom
- Technische Universität München, Germany
- Nederlandse Organisatie Voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek, Netherlands
- University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Ireland
- Universidad de Navarra, Spain
- Universitetet i Oslo, Norway
- Universidade do Porto, Portugal
- University of Bradford, United Kingdom
- University of Reading, United Kingdom
- University of Ulster, United Kingdom
- VITAS AS, Norway
- Wageningen Universiteit, Netherlands