Elodie Becquey joined IFPRI in September 2013 as a Research Fellow in the Poverty, Health and Nutrition Division. At IFPRI, she studies the impact of various nutrition-sensitive interventions and programs in Africa.
Before joining IFPRI, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow employed by Helen Keller International and University of California, Davis to serve as field coordinator on a zinc supplementation trial among young children in Burkina Faso. As a PhD candidate at the French Institute of Research for Development, she also conducted research on measurement and characteristics of urban household food insecurity and women’s diet diversity in West Africa.
Elodie has a PhD in Public Health (Paris-6 University, France), a Master’s degree in Epidemiology (Paris-6 University, France) and a Master’s degree in food engineering (Agrocampus-Ouest, France).