Aline D’Angelo Campos

Doctoral Student

Aline is a research assistant at the Global Food Research Program and a doctoral student in the Department of Health Behavior at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health. Her research is focused on social determinants of dietary behavior and food policy for the promotion of health equity. Prior to attending UNC, she obtained a Master of Public Policy from Duke University, where she worked with Duke’s World Food Policy Center researching racial disparities in Brazil’s and Mexico’s food systems. Her previous experiences include positions with the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), the World Bank, the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), and the City of São Paulo in Brazil.

My most interesting food habit is… snacking on dried figs with almond butter – trust me, it’s a magic combo!

My favorite food-related smell is… garlic and onion sautéeing, the smell of any Brazilian kitchen.

My favorite ingredient is… cashews, nut AND fruit (yes, it’s a fruit)! This South American beauty makes its way into my kitchen in so many forms, from perfect dairy-free alfredo sauce to fresh fruit juice.

GFRP Publications

Effects of pictorial warnings on parents' purchases and perceptions of sugar-sweetened beverage categories
Authors: Aline D'Angelo Campos, Lindsey Smith Taillie, Gabriela Vatavuk-Serrati, Anna H. Grummon, Isabella C. A. Higgins, Marissa G. Hall
Published in: Pediatric Obesity, March 25, 2023 view full text