Elena George is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics. She completed her PhD at La Trobe University investigating the efficacy of a Mediterranean diet vs a low fat diet in the reversal of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and insulin resistance. Elena has experience in the private practice and the clinical research settings as a practicing dietitian. She is interested in translational research, in particular enhancing evidence based practice in dietetics through research. Her interests are in traditional dietary patterns and their practical application for the prevention and management of chronic diseases. Her research also focuses on the provision of dietary interventions within multicultural cohorts prevalent in countries such as Australia. Elena is particularly interested in metabolic syndrome, diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and cardiovascular disease.Read more on Elena's profile
Traditional dietary patterns (such as the Mediterranean diet) and practical application for the prevention and management of chronic diseases.
The provision of dietary interventions within multicultural cohorts prevalent in countries such as Australia.
Metabolic syndrome, diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and cardiovascular disease.
E George, A Forsyth, C Itsiopoulos, A Nicoll, M Ryan, S Sood, S Roberts, A Tierney
(2018), Vol. 9, pp. 30-40, Advances in nutrition, Oxford, Eng., C1
E George, T Kucianski, H Mayr, G Moschonis, A Tierney, C Itsiopoulos
(2018), Vol. 10, pp. 1-20, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1
Hannah Mayr, Colleen Thomas, Audrey Tierney, Teagan Kucianski, Elena George, Miguel Ruiz-Canela, James Hebert, Nitin Shivappa, Catherine Itsiopoulos
(2018), Vol. 55, pp. 94-107, Nutrition research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
Elena Papamiltiadous, Stuart Roberts, Amanda Nicoll, Marno Ryan, Catherine Itsiopoulos, Agus Salim, Audrey Tierney
(2016), Vol. 16, pp. 1-7, BMC gastroenterology, London, Eng., C1
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