Eduardo J. Gómez will study what the U.S. can learn from lesser developed countries that have enshrined access to food as a human right in their constitutions
Eduardo J. Gómez investigates how processed food companies sway politics and policy in emerging economies.
Eduardo J. Gómez, professor in Lehigh’s College of Health, joins NPR's Goats and Soda to talk about his latest book, Junk Food Politics.
The series explores the importance of the role of political science in health.
Gómez assumed his new role Sept. 1.
The associate professor in Lehigh's College of Health joined Saturday's edition of the radio program.
The associate professor in Lehigh's College of Health penned an article, 'Politics May Kill Us, Not the Coronavirus,' with a professor and dean at the Boston University School of Public Health.
The associate professor in Lehigh's College of Health was asked about what restrictions could remain in place as the United States plans to reopen the economy.
Gomez comes to Lehigh from King’s College London, where he currently serves as a senior lecturer in the department of international development.