Christina Hartmann, ETH Zurich, Switzerland


Christina Hartmann is a senior researcher at the Consumer Behavior group at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Trained in nutritional science at the Justus-Liebig University in Giessen (Germany), Christina Hartmann received her doctoral degree from ETH Zurich in 2014. Since then, she works as a researcher and lecturer in the Consumer Behavior group. Her research is focused on the link between consumer behavior science and nutrition psychology with focus on consumers’ perception and acceptance of novel food sources, factors influencing food preferences development and food choice decisions. She authored more than 60 scientific publications on topics such as plant-based meat alternatives, insect food, and cultured meat as well as disgust sensitivity and food neophobia. In 2021, Christina Hartmann has been awarded with the Food Quality and Preference Award – Contributions by a researcher of the future.

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