Our bloggers

Matt LambertMatt Lambert is World Cancer Research Fund’s Health Information Officer. He is a nutritionist with over 15 year’s experience and has a BSc and MSc in nutrition. Prior to working at WCRF he has been self-employed and has worked for the likes of Unilever and GlaxoSmithKline. He also used to be a fitness trainer.


Maxine LenzaMaxine Lenza is World Cancer Research Fund's Press and Communications Officer. Her background is in Biology and she has an MSc in Science Technology and Society. Before joining us in 2017, she worked at Springer Nature as a Publishing Assistant.


Sidonie Sakula-BarrySidonie Sakula-Barry is World Cancer Research Fund’s Public Health Information Officer. She has an MSc in Public Health and previously worked at St Joseph’s Hospice where she organised health awareness events in the hospice and for the general public.


Sidonie Sakula-BarrySusannah Brown is World Cancer Research Fund’s Head of Research Evidence and Interpretation, and works on our Continuous Update Project. She joined WCRF from Oxford University and is a former international rugby player. You can follow her on Twitter @SusieCBrown.



Guest bloggers

Fabian BolinFabian Bolin was diagnosed with cancer in 2015, aged 28. He founded WarOnCancer to empower others affected by the disease.


Fabian BolinPatrick McIntosh is cycling from Twickenham Stadium in London to Japan to raise money for and awareness of cancer prevention.