This is my last day as Programme Coordinator for the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food - I'd like to say good bye to everyone I've been working with over the past four years, it's been a really great project to work on and I've had the privilege to meet and work with an amazing group of food researchers at Oxford and elsewhere.
Programme Director, Professor Charles Godfray, says, "it is very sad to say goodbye to Hannah but I and everyone involved in Future of Food are very grateful for all she has done for the Programme and wish her the best of luck in her new job."
We're in the process of hiring a new Programme Coordinator, but in the meantime, the website is likely to be rather quiet, for which we apologise.
Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food
We are pleased to announce the appointment of the new coordinator of the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, Dr Michael Panagopulos, who started this week at the University of Oxford. We apologise for any delays in response to queries in recent months while we have been recruiting for the position and we thank you for your patience while Michael gets up to speed.
Following in Hannah's footsteps is our new Future of Food Programme Coordinator Mara Galeano Carraro. Mara has both a scientific background and a social one; she studied Biological Sciences as an undergraduate and Anthropology, Environment and Developement as a Master's student.
She is very keen to work on new projects and to showcase those currently underway.
Knowledge and Communications Officer; Future of Food Programme Coordinator
Michael is responsible for coordinating the communications and administrative activities of the Future of Food Programme.
This includes acting as a focal point and point of contact for food research at the University of Oxford, promoting research, organising events, managing the programme finances and coordinating the food research network at the University.