is an expert on food systems nutrition and health who participates in the World Health Organization's Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity and regularly advises governments and international bodies. She has worked for the World Health Organisation, the World Cancer Research Fund International, and the International Food Policy Research Institute, and has been active in research, advocacy, and in advising governments and international agencies. She has also worked at the School of Public Health at the University of Sao Paulo, and is now an Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Food Policy, City University, London, while serving as an advisor at the Leverhulme Center for Integrative Research into Agriculture and Health. Her research interests focus on the impact of food systems and food policies on diet, nutrition and non-communicable diseases. She has published widely in academic journals and in policy briefs and reports by think tanks and international agencies on topics such as food systems globalization; the links between agricultural policy, trade and nutrition; policies and regulations to encourage healthier diets; and novel food value chain approaches to identifying solutions. Corinna’s disciplinary background is in ecology and geography. She has a PhD from Kings College, University of London.