Seollee Park is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Nutrition, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She is an applied economist working on topics in nutrition and health economics, behavioral economics, and development economics. Her current research focuses on undernutrition and food security in the developing world. She investigates what suboptimal health or child-feeding behaviors cause undernutrition, what works to change these behaviors, and the behavioral and psychological consequences of undernutrition and food insecurity. To answer these questions, she employs field and lab-in-the-field experiments, develop survey instruments, and analyze large existing datasets. Currently, she is leading the impact evaluation of community-led nutrition programs in sub-Saharan Africa in collaboration with Catholic Relief Services. You can find out more information here at Seollee’s academic website.