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20142020

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Research interests

Research Dietitian at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane working with the Metabolic Research Collaborative. Projects involve clinical research studies in chronic disease prevention and treatment. Role includes implementation of the Mediterranean diet in practice. Collaborating on  project ‘the Role of Potassium in Sodium Handling and Blood Pressure’ with team of hypertension specialists.

 

Research Fellow at La Trobe University, Melbourne for the Australian Mediterranan diet (AUSMED) Heart Trial. Completed PhD on this trial investigating effect of Medtiterranean diet intervention for secondary prevention of coronary heart disease. Key outcome investigated include, diet pattern adherence, adiposity, inflammation and dietary inflammatory index.

 

Reserch Fellow for Project GRIT (Growth, Resilience, Insights, Thrive): a pilot single-arm intervention study to prevent childhood obesity; a collaboration between Weight Loss Solutions Australia and Bond University. 

Education/Academic qualification

Nutrition and Dietetics , PhD, La Trobe University

20152018

Human Nutrition, Bachelor of Health Sciences, Queensland University of Technology

20102013

External positions

Postdoctoral Research Fellow , La Trobe University

Jun 2018 → …

Research Dietitian , Princess Alexandra Hospital

Jun 2018 → …

PhD Candidate and Associate Lecturer , La Trobe University

Feb 2015Jun 2018

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