Mrs Barbara Vitorino Alencar Brayner



Research Fellow


Faculty of Health


School of Exer & Nutr Sciences


Melbourne Burwood Campus


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Cross-sectional associations of dietary patterns characterized by fat type with markers of cardiometabolic health

B Brayner, A Perez-Cornago, G Kaur, M Keske, C Piernas, K Livingstone

(2023), Vol. 33, pp. 797-808, Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases, C1

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Novel approach to investigate the association between type 2 diabetes risk and dietary fats in a dietary pattern context: a scoping review

B Brayner, G Kaur, M Keske, L Marchese, K Livingstone

(2023), Vol. 10, Frontiers in Nutrition, C1

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Dietary patterns, malnutrition, muscle loss and sarcopenia in cancer survivors: findings from the UK Biobank

A Curtis, K Livingstone, R Daly, B Brayner, G Abbott, N Kiss

(2023), Journal of Cancer Survivorship, C1

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Energy-dense dietary patterns high in free sugars and saturated fat and associations with obesity in young adults

K Livingstone, M Sexton-Dhamu, F Pendergast, A Worsley, B Brayner, S McNaughton

(2022), Vol. 61, pp. 1595-1607, European Journal of Nutrition, C1

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Associations between dietary patterns, FTO genotype and obesity in adults from seven European countries

K Livingstone, B Brayner, C Celis-Morales, G Moschonis, Y Manios, I Traczyk, C Drevon, H Daniel, W Saris, J Lovegrove, M Gibney, E Gibney, L Brennan, J Martinez, J Mathers

(2022), Vol. 61, pp. 2953-2965, European Journal of Nutrition, C1

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Dietary patterns, genetic risk, and incidence of obesity: Application of reduced rank regression in 11,735 adults from the UK Biobank study

K Livingstone, B Brayner, C Celis-Morales, J Ward, J Mathers, S Bowe

(2022), Vol. 158, Preventive Medicine, C1

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Longitudinal Associations Between Fat-Derived Dietary Patterns and Early Markers of Cardiovascular Disease Risk in the UK Biobank Study

B Brayner, M Keske, G Kaur, S Shariful Islam, A Perez-Cornago, C Piernas, K Livingstone

(2022), Vol. 11, Journal of the American Heart Association, C1

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Is vascular insulin resistance an early step in diet-induced whole-body insulin resistance?

L Carmichael, M Keske, A Betik, L Parker, B Brayner, K Roberts-Thomson, G Wadley, D Hamilton, G Kaur

(2022), Vol. 12, Nutrition and Diabetes, C1

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Associations between three diet quality indices, genetic risk and body composition: A prospective cohort study

K Livingstone, C Milte, S Bowe, R Duckham, J Ward, M Keske, M McEvoy, B Brayner, G Abbott

(2022), Vol. 41, pp. 1942-1949, Clinical Nutrition, C1

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Dietary Patterns Characterized by Fat Type in Association with Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes: A Longitudinal Study of UK Biobank Participants

Barbara Brayner, Barbara Brayner, Gunveen Kaur, Gunveen Kaur, Michelle Keske, Michelle Keske, Aurora Perez-Cornago, Aurora Perez-Cornago, Carmen Piernas, Carmen Piernas, Katherine Livingstone, Katherine Livingstone

(2021), Vol. 151, pp. 3570-3578, JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, C1

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FADS polymorphism, omega-3 fatty acids and diabetes risk: A systematic review

B Brayner, G Kaur, M Keske, K Livingstone

(2018), Vol. 10, Nutrients, C1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Does short-term high-calorie high-fat feeding impair skeletal muscle microvascular blood flow and increase the risk of pre-diabetes in humans?

Dr Gunveen Kaur, Prof Michelle Keske, Dr Andrew Betik, Dr Lewan Parker, Mrs Barbara Vitorino Alencar Brayner

Diabetes Australia Research Program Grant

  • 2022: $52,720


No completed student supervisions to report