Fellowships are important to the Institute for Food, Brain and Behaviour in order to recognise scientific excellence and expertise and for the Institute to be able to draw upon these to facilitate change – in attitudes and in policy. Science Fellows are appointed at the discretion of the Board of Trustees, on professional and academic advice from the Science Advisory Council. All of our Fellowships are honorary positions, carrying no remuneration as such. However, Fellows may at times be asked to assist with specific projects which will be treated separately as contracted consultancy and/or as named individuals in studies undertaken for us by academic partners.
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