Following 30 years in private practice as a Nutritional Biochemist, Christine is currently engaged in doctoral research at the University of Queensland, investigating bioactive nutrigenomic phytochemicals with significant clinical potential. She is an accomplished writer and an engaging speaker whose evidence-supported presentations may challenge accepted but often-outdated paradigms. Christine’s forte lies in taking complex biochemical concepts and translating their essence into concepts relevant to the needs of practising clinicians. She is a regular presenter at medical and nutrition conferences where her knowledge of and enthusiasm for the roles of Nutritional Medicine and Nutrigenomics in human health are very evident. She is the author of “Switched On – Harnessing the Power of Nutrigenomics to Optimise Health”. Her peer-reviewed publications include the Special Article published in 2013 in Nutrition Reviews: “Sulforaphane: Translational Medicine from Lab Bench to Clinic”.
FIELDS OF STUDY
Nutritional biochemistry, molecular nutrition, nutrition, nutrigenomics
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