- ABOUT US
Daniel Sellen MA, Ph.D
Professor, Departments of Anthropology
Department of Anthropology,
Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Toronto
- Departments of Anthropology and Nutritional Sciences
and Dalla Lana School of Public Health
- Cross-Appointed Professor in Nutritional Sciences and Dalla Lana school of Public Health
- Ph.D. University of California, Davis,1995;
- M.A., University of Michigan, USA, 1989;
- B.A., Oxford University, 1987.
- Fellow, Society for Applied Anthropology (elected 2010);
- Canada Research Chair in Human Ecology and Public Nutrition (2004-2014).
- Community based maternal, neonatal and child nutrition and health program design and and assessment; strategies to protect, promote and support of infant and young child feeding (IYCF); human ecology of young child feeding and care-giving practices; food insecurity and sustainable livelihoods; application of human ecology and evolutionary/medical anthropology to global public health nutrition.
- Laura Anderson
- Iulia Badescu (Anthropology)
- Allison Amin
- Kristy Hackett
- Megan Lynch (Public Health
- Lauren Classen
- Michael Callaghan (Anthropology)
- Sohana Shafique (Nutritional Sciences)
- Katie MacIsaak (Public Health)
- Michael Reid
- Abigail Ross (Anthropology)
- Luseadra McKerracher (Simon Fraser University)
- Samwel Mbugua (Human Nutrition, Egerton University, Kenya)
- MSc: Jacinta Njambi (Psychology, Egerton University, Kenya).
- Sellen, D. W. Evolution of infant and young child feeding: Implications for contemporary public health. Annual Review of Nutrition, 27:123-147, 2007.
Dept. of Anthropology,
19 Russell Street, Suite 266
Rooms AP 350/AP360