Developers and Team

About the team

Dr Julie Lanigan

Julie Lanigan RD PhD MBDA

Julie Lanigan is a paediatric dietitian specialising in research at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, London.  She is a key investigator on a range of clinical trials which focus on the influence of nutrition in early life on later health. She is co-founder and Director of TrimTots Community Interest Company and runs the Planet Munch Programme for obesity prevention in preschool children.

Julie holds an honorary contract with Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.  She is Chair for the British Dietetic Association’s Paediatric Specialist Group, has a wide range of knowledge and experience gained from more than 20 years working with families and practitioners in the field of paediatric nutrition and presents and publishes regularly in this area.

Job Title – Principal Research Fellow – Childhood Nutrition Research Centre and Director of Research and Development at Trim Tots CIC

UCL GOS Institute of Child Health

London WC1N 1EH

Email: j.lanigan@.ucl.ac.uk

Tel 0207 905 2770                       

Atul Singhal

Atul Singhal is Professor in Paediatric Nutrition at the Institute of Child Health, University College London and Honorary Consultant Paediatrician at Great-Ormond Street Hospital. He has broad interests in paediatric nutrition but his research focuses on the influence of early nutrition for long-term health, the effects of nutritional interventions to reduce long-term cardiovascular risk, and nutritional interventions for obesity.

Analia Lemmo Charnalia

Ana brings 6 years of experience in social innovation and enterprise. After completing her MBA, she joined UnLtd, the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs where she provided seed funding and support to social entrepreneurs in the UK. Prior to UnLtd, Ana planned and implemented economic development initiatives in Massachusetts, United States. Her current responsibilities within UCLB include promoting, identifying and developing opportunities for social enterprise throughout UCL departments. She holds a BA in International Relations from Universidad de San Andres and an MBA from Oxford University.

Kerry Lanigan-Coyte

Kerry is an Artist and Creative Producer with a diverse portfolio in participatory arts. She specialises in developing comprehensive project content, workshop delivery and project management.  Kerry has received Arts Council Funding for her work and works closely with clients in the translation of briefs to deliver high quality, high impact content that engages with a wide audience and is sustainable into the future.

”My work embraces a diversity of art forms and I find it hard to exist in just one creative domain.  I work with all ages and backgrounds as a community artist and use my workshop/exhibition audiences as opportunity for co-creation. I create environmental decor, puppets and installations – my work has a fantastical quality combining storytelling and theatre with visual arts.

Job Title – Business Development Manager and Director at Trim Tots CIC.  Artist, Creative Producer and Director at Nysa Projects.

Directed by Kerry Lanigan, Nysa creates engaging content delivered across the community, specializing in outdoor, site-specific, installations and theatre underpinned by strong learning and participatory ethos.  Nysa is a dynamic and multifaceted arts company specializing in design and delivery of immersive art projects and experiences.

Nysa Art Studio, Sarratt, Hertfordshire

Email: kerry@nysa.co.uk

Website: www.nysa.co.uk

Art Work: https://www.kerrylanigan.co.uk/art-work

Tel: 07980 315580