Daphne’s interest for nutrition, front-of-pack nutrition labelling and consumer behaviour developed during the Master Nutrition & Health (specialisation: Epidemiology & Public Health) at Wageningen University. She did her Master thesis at the University of Newcastle (UoN), analysing trends in Australian children’s portion sizes under supervision of Prof. Clare Collins and was involved in Dr. Tamara Bucher’s consumer behaviour research. In the 1.5 years following her Master, she was Trainee at the Dutch consultancy Schuttelaar & Partners, where she studied the influence of the Dutch Healthy Choices front-of-pack logo on product reformulation - the outcomes of this study were published in a scientific journal. Besides this, Daphne was involved in multiple projects advising food industry in the area of nutrition, health and sustainability. During this period she realised that research was more her thing, and found a job as research assistant and junior researcher at the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam), where she worked with large datasets containing medical and health-related data of the elderly population. During this period, she continued working for the International Choices program as freelancer, and published an article on European front-of-pack labels. In February 2019 she started a Dual Award Doctoral Degree PhD at the UoN, with Dr. Tamara Bucher and Dr. Vanessa Shrewsbury (School of Health Sciences, UoN) and Dr. Ellen van Kleef (Marketing & Consumer Behaviour Group, Wageningen University & Research (WUR)) as her main supervisors. Since July 2021 she is back in the Netherlands to continue the last part of her studies at WUR. Her PhD is on social media food marketing and its effects on Dutch and Australian adolescent dietary behaviours.