Analysis of Metabolic Profiles in young adults from the The Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study by Metabolomics: Biomarkers for Metabolic Consequences of Early Programming by Infant Feeding Type [ 2012 - 2017 ]

Also known as: Long-term influence of early nutrition on metabolic health

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Researchers: Prof Wendy Oddy (Principal investigator)

Brief description Increasing evidence from European and other investigators around the world demonstrates that early nutrition has long-lasting programming effects for later health and disease risk. The most convincing evidence is for obesity and its associated disorders, that include metabolic syndrome, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, asthma and certain cancers. The focus of this project is on the increasing public health importance and intergenerational nature of these problems.

Funding Amount $AUD 337,681.94

Funding Scheme Targeted Calls

Notes Aust/EU Collaborative Research Grant

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