Strength in numbers: How ZOE is shaping future of healthcare

Thursday, December 2, 2021


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Harnessing the power of crowd science through digital epidemiology

Digital tools like the ZOE COVID Study app are changing the way we do health research. Before working on COVID, ZOE researchers started PREDICT -the world's largest nutritional science study.

Discover how their background shaped the app, the story behind how ZOE started, and find out how, through the implementation of digital epidemiology, ZOE is helping to shape the future of healthcare.

Our panel will discuss how we're using your data going forward, and will tell you how to get involved to help tackle the health conditions that matter most to you.

About the speakers

Tim Spector

Professor of Epidemiology and lead investigator of the ZOE COVID Study

Prof. Tim Spector is a scientific co-founder at ZOE, lead scientist of the ZOE COVID Symptom Study, professor of genetic epidemiology and director of the TwinsUK Registry at King's College, London. Having published over 800 research articles, he is ranked in the top 1% of the world's most-cited scientists by Thomson-Reuters. He is also a prolific writer, with several popular science books including 'The Diet Myth' and 'Spoon-Fed'.

Dr Claire Steves

Reader in aging research at King's College London

Claire is a Reader at King’s College London. She is also a Consultant Geriatrician at Guys and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust as well as the Deputy Director (Clinical) for TwinsUK. Claire is interested in the interactions between physical and mental health in ageing.

Dr Sarah Berry

Reader in nutritional sciences at King's College London

Dr. Sarah Berry is a reader in nutritional sciences and the lead nutritional scientist on a portfolio of ongoing postprandial metabolic studies in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at King's College, London. Sarah is also the lead nutritional scientist at ZOE. She led the study into the pandemic's affect on health behaviours.

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