CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Alt Ref NoWPJ
TitleProfessor William Philip Trehearne James papers
Extent2 boxes: 13 items
Creator NameProfessor William Philip Trehearne James (1938 - )
Administrative HistoryProfessor William Philip Trehearne James arrived at the Rowett in 1982 and under his direction the research on human nutrition was once again expanded. Professor James became recognised as a world expert in the field of human nutrition. He made many important contributions to the development of nutrition policy and is an advisor to many international organisations. Under his Directorship The Human Nutrition Unit was established at the Institute, which provides unique facilities for dietary and metabolic studies on normal healthy volunteers. Professor James developed blueprint proposals which led to the Government White paper `The Food Standards Agency: A force for change', which ultimately led to the establishment of the Food Standards Agency. He left the Rowett in 1999.
ArrangementWPJ - Professor James papers

WPJ/1 - Aide-memoire Rowett personnel 1982
WPJ/2 - Food and Drink Sector Panel Technology Foresight
WPJ/3 - Miscellaneous reports on nutrition
WPJ/4 - Committee papers
WPJ/5 - Videos produced for TV and research programmes
WPJ/6 - Audio tapes/United National ACC Sub-Committee on Nutrition
Access StatusRestricted
Access ConditionsSome records contain personal information and may be closed for 75 (for adults) and 100 (for children 16 and under) years under the Data Protection Act (1998):
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