Celia has more than 15 years of experience in new product development and nutrition innovation in both the Infant and senior product categories. She has worked for Nestle Research Center and the Mead Johnson Asia Nutrition Science Division and has presided over more than 20 new product development and maternal and infant research projects, and published more than 10 academic papers. She was the lead inventor/patent holder for the China ‘Ming Study’ on maternal and infants’ first 1000 days and has played a positive role in promoting the research process of infant formula milk in China. Celia holds a Master’s degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science from the Liverpool University of UK.
Celia will be part of the Infant and Childhood Nutrition / Maternal and Women’s Health session on Day 1.