Dr Lada Timotijevic (BSc, AFBPS, CPsychol) is a Senior Research Fellow in School of Psychology, University of Surrey. She gained her PhD in Social Psychology studying identity adaptations of migrants. She has subsequently worked both as a Principal Investigator and a Co-Investigator on a number of research projects in the area of public and applied health funded by the EU, UK government (e.g. Food Standards Agency, Department of Health), UK Research Councils (RCUK) and non-governmental organisations. Her expertise and particular interests are in ethics of research and data governance (including big data); public engagement and dialogue, evidence-based policy making, risk perceptions and communication. She has acted as an EC and RCUK expert reviewer and an advisor on a number of funded projects. She has published over 30 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters and presented at numerous conferences. In addition, she teaches the final year and masters Psychology modules and has supervised to completion MSc and PhD students.