Ellen Kampman is a nutritional epidemiologist and Chair in Nutrition and Disease at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.
Her research focuses on the role of lifestyle in cancer prevention and prognosis. Her group conducts observational and intervention studies in high and low/medium income countries. She published more than 200 original scientific peer-reviewed papers and book chapters, is a member of (inter)national advisory and scientific committees, and is senior editor of the AACR journal Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. She obtained research grants from governmental and non-governmental bodies (~ 15m€) and supervised more than 20 PhD students.
Ellen studied Nutrition and Health at Wageningen University, was a visiting fellow at the Boston Harvard School of Public Health and received postdoctoral training at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre in Seattle.