Associate Scientist of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Dr. Andrew Thorne-Lyman is an Associate Scientist on the faculty of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with appointments in the Center for Human Nutrition and the Center for a Livable Future. He is a nutritional epidemiologist by training and his research includes exploring the role of fish in meeting the nutritional needs of vulnerable populations and studying links between food systems, diet and nutrition and health outcomes. He has 86 peer reviewed scientific publications including many in top journals.
Current research includes work to understand the impacts of Covid-19 on aquatic food systems. Prior to coming to Johns Hopkins Dr. Thorne-Lyman worked for WorldFish and the United Nations World Food Programme. He earned his doctoral degree in nutrition from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.