Professor at Department of food studies, nutrition and dietetics
Ingela Marklinder has a research background in applied microbiology. As senior lecturer she teaches dietitian- and food service and nutrition students in food microbiology and health communication. Her research has been directed toward food safety & consumers and health communication. In 2007-2009 she participated in the EU-project CHANCE dealing with health community interventions. She has been supervisor for Ph D projects in Dietetic Communication and currently LIVSID.
Since Sept 2018 co-supervisor to Laura Pirkola in the LivsID project "Fermented fibre-rich foods and their role in gut-well-being and cognition. How to communicate gut-brain axis theme to consumers"?
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