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Caroline Millman

Caroline Millman

Senior Lecturer

Summary

I studied BSc (Hons) Food Technology and subsequently spent 18 years in the food industry, working mainly in technical for retailers, consultancy groups and manufacturers.

In 2008, I decided to utilise my food industry knowledge in a PhD, investigating foodborne illness in the domestic setting. The work programme was an ESRC studentship, awarded as part of “Reducing E. coli O157 Risk in Rural Communities” funded under the UK Research Councils’ Rural Economy and Land Use Programme (RELU).

Following graduation in 2012, I joined the Enigma team as a Research Associate at the University of Manchester working on the ESEI project "Sources, seasonality, transmission and control: Campylobacter and human behaviour in a changing environment".

I am now a senior lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, taking on the role of Course Leader for the BSc (Hons) Food Industry Technical Professional Degree Apprenticeship course. I continue to pursue research interests in consumer attitudes and behaviours towards food safety.

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