Dr Richie Harrington
BA, MSc, PhD
Richie joined the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Centre on Population Approaches for Non-Communicable Disease Prevention, in December 2012 to work on a project assessing the effectiveness of front of label food packaging.
Richie has a B.A. in Genetics from Trinity College, Dublin, an M.Sc. in Bioinformatics from the University of Ulster, and a Ph.D. in Bioinformatics from the University of Cambridge. He has experience and interests in medical informatics, mobile and web technologies, wearable sensors, and their applications within a health environment.
A NEW METHOD TO MONITOR THE PERFORMANCE OF COMPANIES IN RELATION TO NUTRITIONAL TARGETS
Bandy L. et al, (2017), ANNALS OF NUTRITION AND METABOLISM, 71, 867 - 867
THE IMPACT OF THE UK TRAFFIC-LIGHT LABELLING SYSTEM ON DIETS
Rayner M. et al, (2017), ANNALS OF NUTRITION AND METABOLISM, 71, 101 - 102
Personalising medicine: Feasibility and future implications from a payers' perspective
Godman B., (2016), Journal of Rare Diseases Research & Treatment, 1, 61 - 65
Protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial of an intervention to increase the use of traffic light food labelling in UK shoppers (the FLICC trial).
Scarborough P. et al, (2015), Pilot Feasibility Stud, 1
The Preventable Risk Integrated ModEl and Its Use to Estimate the Health Impact of Public Health Policy Scenarios.
Scarborough P. et al, (2014), Scientifica (Cairo), 2014