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Miss Nida Ziauddeen 

Postgraduate research student

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Nida is a Postgraduate Research Student based in Primary Care and Population Sciences.

Nida graduated with a BSc degree in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, Chemistry and Zoology from Bangalore University in 2007 followed by a MSc degree in Clinical Nutrition from Roehampton University in 2008.

Following her masters, Nida worked at the Medical Research Council Human Nutrition Research Unit in Cambridge in several different roles in the dietary assessment and data operations team. During this time Nida has worked on several large surveys and studies. Most recently in her role as Data Analyst Scientist, Nida has primarily worked on the National Diet and Nutrition Survey data to prepare reports, carry out secondary analysis and writing reports and papers.

In September 2016 Nida started a PhD position investigating maternal and early risk factors of childhood health outcomes at the University of Southampton.



BSc, Nutrition and Dietetics, Chemistry and Zoology, Bangalore University (2007)

MSc, Clinical Nutrition, Roehampton University (2008)



Dietary Assessment Assistant, MRC Human Nutrition Research

Food Composition Co-ordinator, MRC Human Nutrition Research

Food Composition Co-ordinator and Surveys Data Analyst, MRC Human Nutrition Research

Data Analyst Scientist, MRC Human Nutrition Research

Research Fellows Panel Deputy Co-Lead, NNedPro (voluntary)

Research interests

PhD title: Investigating maternal and early risk factors of childhood health outcomes.

Research group

Primary Care & Population Sciences

Affiliate research group

Population Health Sciences Research group

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Dietary assessment

Miss Nida Ziauddeen
University of Southampton
Faculty of Medicine
Primary Care and Population Sciences
South Academic Block
Level C, Room AC22
Southampton General Hospital
Tremona Road
SO16 6YD

Room Number: SGH/AC22

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