Clarinda Brown

Senior Project Manager

Background

As an experienced senior project manager, Clarinda specializes in providing strategic leadership and support for the development and delivery of Prof Lindsay Jaacks' projects. With over a decade of experience in project management and academic support, Clarinda previously served as the Director’s Assistant at the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health. Clarinda practices the Prince2 Agile methodology and brings a wealth of knowledge of complex project management and support from her experience working in the private sector in both France and Cyprus. Clarinda's commitment to excellence and proficiency in navigating diverse project landscapes make her an invaluable asset in driving successful project outcomes.

Project activity

BLOOM Research Study

BLOOM is a community-based, cluster randomised controlled evaluation of APCNF led by the University of Edinburgh and the Centre for Health Analytics Research and Trends (CHART), Trivedi School of Biosciences, Ashoka University in partnership with RySS. APCNF RySS clusters will be the unit of randomisation; intervention households will receive training in APCNF practices immediately following baseline and control households will receive the same training after 24 months. The primary outcomes will be (1) pesticide exposure, (2) dietary diversity, (3) household income, and (3) crop yield. Secondary outcomes will be adult glycemia, adult kidney function, adult self-reported symptoms (musculoskeletal pain, headache, respiratory symptoms, dermatological symptoms, and depression), and, in children, growth and cognitive development.

The BLOOM study is funded by UKRI (MRC).