Bradley Woodruff is a physician and epidemiologist. He worked at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for 20 years from 1987 to 2007. During his CDC career, he assisted UN agencies and non-governmental organizations by providing nutrition and health assistance to persons affected by humanitarian emergencies, and supervised a team of CDC epidemiologists and nutritionists who carried out national nutrition surveys. As a consultant, Dr. Woodruff supported national surveys in Bangladesh, Georgia, Mongolia, the Philippines, and the United Arab Emirates, and researched the association of household food security and child malnutrition in Uganda, and the effectiveness of supplemental feeding in Ethiopia and home fortification in China. He currently serves as a Senior Epidemiology and Public Health consultant to GroundWork, and has provided survey design and data analysis support to nutrition surveys in Azerbaijan, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, India, Sierra Leone, and Zambia. He also led a quantitative analysis project investigating the determinants of stunting reduction in Ethiopia. He is currently based in Victoria, Canada.