Directory for Clean Meat & Plant-Based Alternatives Researchers & Interested Parties
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NameEmailAffiliationLocationResearch InterestsPersonal Background
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First LastOptional but helpfulUniversity, organization, etc.City, state/privince, and countryAs it relates to clean meat & plant-based alternativesResearch, academic, and/or professional experience
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Kathryn Asherkathryn@faunalytics.orgFaunalytics & University of New BrunswickSaint John, New Brunswick, CanadaAnything in the social sciences connected to clean meat, though I have a background in sociology and a specific interest in quantitative research designs (particularly randomized controlled trials). Also generally interested in consumer acceptance of plant-based alternatives.Research director of Faunalytics with a speciality in veg'nism and individual diet change. Have a Master in Environmental Studies. Currently a Sociology PhD candidate studying meat consumption in the U.S., specifically vegetarianism vs. meat-reduction. My main focus for both the above endeavors is quantitative methods, though I have considerable qualitative experience as well.
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Che Greenche@faunalytics.orgFaunalyticsOlympia, Washington, USAAnimal advocacy research with emphasis on consumer research and meat/food alternatives.Founder and executive director of Faunalytics, a nonprofit research organization for animal protection.
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Jacy Reesereese.jacy@gmail.comSentience PoliticsNew York, New York, USAReally everything in the area, prioritized by importance for ensuring quick and significant adoption of animal-free foodsResearching effective advocacy and social change strategies; writing a book on effective strategies for animal-free food adoption; has worked in academic psychology and neuroscience labs
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Jamie Macfarlanejmacfar@stanford.eduGood Food Institute Palo Alto, CaliforniaCommunications and research around plant based meat and clean meatCommunications professional: spent 5 years working in advertising and political strategy with WPP. Now completing an MBA at Stanford.
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Bruce Friedrichbrucef@gfi.orgGood Food Institute Washington, D.C.Communications and research around plant based meat and clean meatE.D. of GFI.
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Kristopher Gasteratoskrisgasteratos@gmail.comCAAS & Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, FloridaResearch within Cellular Agriculture studying Marketing/Social Science, Natural Science, and Utilitarian-ethical analysesConducted first academic marketing/social science endeavor investigating cellular agriculture & cultured/clean meat in North America, and first undergraduate generally to do so. Founder and President of CAAS, The Cellular Agriculture Academic Society, establishing global student coalition on the topic of cell-ag through NH and GFI.
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Eva Vivalteva.vivalt@gmail.comAustralian National UniversityPalo Alto, CaliforniaResearcherAssistant professor in Economics, broadly interested in research benefiting animals. Economics PhD from Berkeley, visiting Stanford.
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Chris Bryantchristopherbryant1992@gmail.comUniversity of BathBath, UKConsumer acceptance of clean meat, especially through psychological lenses. Policy networks relevant to cultured meat.I am currently a PhD candidate at the University of Bath. I also hold a BA in Business & Management from the University of Exeter, and an MSc in Policy Research from the University of Bristol. I am keen on Effective Altruism.
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Jeff Rotmanjeffrotman@gmail.com; jrotman@ivey.caIvey Business School, Western UniversityLondon, CanadaConsumer acceptance of clean meat.  Specifically examining opposing moral intuitions of harm vs. disgustPhD Candidate in Marketing at the Ivey Business School, Western University. MSc in Social Psychology
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Greg Boesegreg.boese@gmail.comAnimal Charity EvaluatorsVancouver, CanadaConsumer acceptance/communication.Researchers at ACE; PhD student at Simon Fraser University (Social Psychology).
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Harish Sethuharish.sethu@gmail.comDrexel University & Humane League LabsPhiladelphia, PARelationship of clean meat acceptance to economics, pricing, and farm animal advocacy.Director of Humane League Labs.
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Paul Shapiropshapiro6@gmail.comThe Humane Society of the United StatesWashington, D.C.Primarily consumer acceptance, but really everything reltated to clean meat. :-)Vice President of Policy at The HSUS
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Kurt Schmidingerkurt.schmidinger@futurefood.orgwww.futurefood.org and othersVienna/Austria/EuropeGather global technologies that are available to produce plant based alternatives to animal products and support companies. Also futuristic technologies (see futurefood.org).
To some extent also elaborate methodologies for eco-balances
PhD in Food Science, Master in Geophysics
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Lenore Newman
lenore.newman@ufv.cawww.sandandfeathers.comVancouver, CanadaGMO replication of meats and animal products
and plant based alternatives to animal products
PhD in Environmental Studies, Canada Research Chair in Food Security and the Environment
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Krystal Caldwellkrystalc@mercyforanimals.orgMercy For AnimalsRedwood City, CaliforniaAnything, but primarily consumer acceptance/communication and social science-related research.Statistical Analyst at Mercy For Animals
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Noah Castelonc2609@columbia.eduColumbia UniversityNew York, New York, USAconsumer attitudes PhD candidate in marketing
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Neil StephensNeil.Stephens@Brunel.ac.ukBrunel University LondonLondon, UKSocial analysis of iv/clean/cultured meat Sociologist focused on biomedical innovation and science and technology studies
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Toni Adlebergtoni.adleberg@animalcharityevaluators.orgAnimal Charity EvaluatorsTallahassee, FL and Baltimore, MDConsumer attitudes and messaging strategiesFormer philosophy PhD student, some experience with social psych research, current research associate at ACE
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Cynthia Schuckcynthia.schuck@gmail.comOrigem Scientifica / University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)Spain/BrazilEnvironmental impacts (water/land/etc), costs of food (ethical/environmental/social),food labelling strategiesScientific director of consulting company in global health, MSc in Ecology, PhD in Animal Cognition, specialization in data analysis / epidemiology
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James Waters
james.waters@warwick.ac.ukWarwick Business School, University of WarwickCoventry, UK
Entrepreneurship, innovation, technology diffusion between and within companies.PhD in industrial economics, post-doctoral researcher on entrepreneurship.
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João Graçajoao_daniel_graca@iscte.ptLisbon University Institute (ISCTE-IUL)Lisbon, Portugal(1) How to encourage and empower consumers to adopt more plant-based diets; (2) To increase understanding on the morality of meat consumption from the standpoint of psychology.PhD in Pychology
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David Kaydavid@memphismeats.comMemphis MeatsSan Leandro, CAInterested in providing industry input to research question generation and research design, and interested in viewing results of completed studies.Business Analyst at Memphis Meats, political science BA
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Jane Dalyjane.daly@rmit.edu.auBeyond Behaviour Change Research Program, Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, MelbourneMelbourne, AustraliaI am working on a qualitative research project with Australian meat-reducing households as part of a wider study that interrogates emerging governance approaches to steering diets away from meat. Research interests: theories of social practice, environmental sociology, meat substitute products, meat-free campaigns, meat-energy practice interconnections, food-gender practice interconnections, the sociology of changing tastes/food preferences, the material infrastructures that support meat-centric meals.
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Nathalie Rollandrolland.nathalie@hotmail.frMaastricht University
Université de Dijon
Université Paris Dauphine
Maastricht, The NetherlandsWorking on consumer acceptance of cultured meat
Interested on sensory evaluation of cultured meat or plant-based products and their commercialisation
Master in Sensory Evaluation
Masters in financial markets and wealth management
I worked as a bonds dealer, equities sales and wealth manager
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