Sheila Rodwell OBE (née Harrison; March 7, 1947 -- June 16, 2009), known professionally by her first married name Sheila Bingham, was a British nutritional epidemiologist known for conducting detailed studies into clarify the biological mechanisms underlying the effects of different diets on health and disease, especially cancer.
Born in St Albans, she was educated at Loughborough High School and Queen Elizabeth College, and later became a professor at the MRC Dunn Human Nutrition Unit in Cambridge. She married Roger Bingham in 1970; in 2000 she married Simon Rodwell.
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