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Two New Professors For Leatherhead Food Research

Two New Professors For Leatherhead Food Research
August 10
09:06 2012

Leatherhead Food Research’s Paul Berryman and Tony Hines MBE have been appointed as Visiting Professors at the University of Reading. The title, which is only awarded for distinction or status in a professional field relating to academia, comes as the University sought to recognise their contributions in establishing the Food Advanced Training Partnership (Food ATP).

The Food ATP is a partnership between leading UK institutions in food and agricultural research, with the aim of providing training to food industry professionals.

Both Berryman and Hines have a distinguished background within the food industry with careers spanning more than 25 years.

Chief Executive, Paul Berryman, previously operated as Research Director at Leatherhead improving the scientific research portfolio and implementing a new science strategy. He has also worked in five different scientific and technical consultancies and has gained six degrees, including the prestigious Mastership in Chemical Analysis, awarded by the Royal Society of Chemistry, and a PhD in Science Strategy.

Head of Food Security, Tony Hines (pictured), has delivered training courses and provided consultancy services on Crisis Management, Product Recall, Consumer Complaints and Media Management, for over 20 years. He has also worked closely with the Food Standards Agency and serves as a Trustee of the UK Anaphylaxis Campaign. His MBE is for services to the community, which involved working with the Emergency Services.

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