Sheila Rodwell

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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.[1][2]

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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  1. ^ Reisz, Matthew (13 August 2009). "Obituary: Sheila Rodwell, 1947-2009". Times Higher Education. Retrieved 19 December 2009. 
  2. ^ "Professor Sheila Rodwell". Daily Telegraph. 2 August 2009. Retrieved 19 December 2009. 

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