Associate Professor Anne-Louise Heath, Department of Human Nutrition
Postgraduate research group: Lisa Daniels, Louise Fangupo, and Claudia Leong
About the Research
Associate Professor Anne-Louise Heath is currently Co-Principal Investigator (with Associate Professor Rachael Taylor) for the BLISS (Baby Led Introduction to SolidS) study, a randomized controlled trial of the use of a baby-led approach to infant feeding. This session will feature updates from the following researchers on the BLISS study:
Title of PhD Research: A randomised controlled trial of a baby-led approach to complementary feeding: Impact on iron and zinc intake and status at 12 months of age
Title of MSc Research: Does a baby-led approach to complementary feeding have an impact on the risk of growth faltering and choking in infants aged 0-12 months?
Title of PhD Research: Microbiota and diet in infants and young children
About Medical Forum
Medical Forum is a weekly lecture series presenting cutting edge medical research by leaders in their fields. The presentations are designed for health professionals, academics and clinical researchers, and students across the Division of Health Sciences (especially ELM and postgraduate candidates). Medical Forum is hosted by the Otago Postgraduate Medical Society as a joint initiative with the Dunedin School of Medicine, the School of Biomedical Sciences, and the Southern District Health Board.
|Date||Wednesday, 5 April 2017|
|Time||1:00pm - 1:50pm|
|Event Category||Health Sciences|
|Department||Preventive and Social Medicine (DSM), Women's and Children's Health (DSM), Surgical Sciences (DSM), School of Physical Education, Psychological Medicine (DSM), Pathology (DSM), Dean's Department (DSM), General Practice and Rural Health (DSM), Medicine (DSM), General Practice and Rural Health (DSM), Human Nutrition|
|Location||Dental Blue Lecture Theatre | Ground Floor, Dentistry Building|
|Contact Name||Dr Sarah Soper|