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Ines Varela-Silva

  • Senior Lecturer in Human Biology
  • Senior Lecturer in Human Biology
  • Loughborough University
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Research interests

Patterns of human growth & develop as indicators of health & disease. The paradox of nutritional dual-burden in developing countries & among migrants. Energy-expenditure & poverty

About

Senior Lecturer in Human Biology. Zumba addicted. Fighting discrimination and poverty. Music and film lover. Lover of life, overall!

Groups

Co-authors (46)

Publications (5)

  • Leg length and anthropometric applications: Effects on health and disease

    • Varela-Silva M
    • Bogin B
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  • Physical growth and body proportions of Portuguese Cape Verdean children from the slums and Portuguese children living in regular dwellings : the role of SES

    • Varela-Silva M
    • Varela-silva A
    • Bogin B
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  • Conducting research among the Maya in the Yucatan: how a training component can take us a long way

    • Varela-Silva M
    • Dickinson F
    • Wilson H
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  • Prospects for welfare alleviation in an obesogenic environment

    • Smith, Patricia K; Bogin, B; Varela-Silva M
    • Gossiaux B
    • Smith P
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  • How genetic are human body proportions?

    • Bogin B
    • Kapell M
    • Silva M
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Editorships

American Journal of Human Biology

Reviewer

2010 - Present

Annals of Human Biology

Reviewer

2007 - 2016(9 years)

Professional experience

Senior Lecturer in Human Biology

Loughborough University

October 2014 - Present

Lecturer in Human Biology

Loughborough University - Centre for Global Health and Human Development

August 2007 - September 2014(7 years)

Education

Post-doctoral fellowship

University of Michigan

October 2005 - June 2006(8 months)

PhD

Faculty Human Movement, Technical University of Lisbon

January 2003 - January 2005(2 years)