[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/545888]
Prof Helena Teede
Brief description Lifestyle related metabolic disease including obesity and diabetes, represent a disease continuum and present an increasing public health challenge. This research focuses on mechanisms underpinning lifestyle diseases and on prevention and treatment covering the spectrum from health related behaviours (barriers to change and behavioural modification), to mechanisms of action of exercise-diet and medications, to public health interventions to improve prevention and treatment of lifestyle diseases.
Funding Amount $AUD 227,332.60
Funding Scheme Career Development Fellowships