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Christine completed her PhD in 2022 in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto, with a Collaborative Specialization in Public Health Policy through the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Her doctoral research aimed to measure the extent, nature, and power of child-appealing marketing on food packages in Canada, through the use of a novel coding tool. Other research interests include: examining the influence of stakeholders on the development and implementation of food policy in Canada, the application and development of nutrient profiling models, and dietary assessment. Since graduating, Christine has been working as a research consultant on several projects related to food and nutrition policy in Canada, including supporting the development and implementation of Health Canada’s marketing to kids monitoring strategy.