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The Nutrition department provides acute and chronic disease management services across a range of clinical areas. We study the impact of disease and the outcome of disease treatment on nutritional status, body composition and energy expenditure to guide nutritional assessment and management practices.
Current areas of research include the critically ill, respiratory medicine such as cystic fibrosis (CF), stem cell transplant and surgical oncology.
We also investigate novel dietary interventions for disease, such as looking at the effect of the Mediterranean diet on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease led by Dr Audrey Tierney and PhD student Elena Papamiltiadous.
4 PhD students
2 Masters students
Rosenbaum S, Ward PB, Baldeo R, Fibbins H, Jarman R, Lederman O, Perram A, Poole J, Rossimel E, Smith G, Teasdale S, Wade T, Watkins A, White A, Pearce D, Curtis J
(2020), HEALTH PROMOT J AUST, 31(3), 447-55
Ridley, Emma J.; Chapple, Lee Anne S.; Chapman, Marianne J.
(2020), CURR OPIN CLIN NUTR, 23(2), 111-115.
Swan I, Nyulasi I, Collins K, Weir-Phyland J, Bolster D, Burgell R, Fineberg D, Johnson W, King S, Leong R, McLachlan G, Murnane L, Somerville L, Wright R, Walker R.
(2020), Clinical Nutrition Experimental, 31, 8-18