PhD in Nutrigenomics and Personalised Nutrition
Academic year 2019-20
Lines of research
- Energy metabolism, white and brown adipocytes, and obesity.
- Bioactive ingredients in pathology prevention.
- Hormones, cytokines and physical exercise in the control of energy metabolism.
- Bioactive compounds and biochemistry of membranes.
- Health claims made on food.
- Early biomarkers of metabolic robustness.
- Nutrients and epigenetics.
- Perinatal nutrition and risk of obesity and its co-morbidities.
- Breast milk components and prevention of metabolic diseases.
- Nutrigenomic biomarkers of childhood obesity.
- Diet and obesity.
- Functional ingredients and cardiovascular risk.
- Functional ingredients and obesity.
- Functional ingredients and insulin function.
- Metabolism and secretory activity of adipocytes.
- Nutritional status evaluation.
- Perinatal programming and health.
- Nutrigenomics and metabolic syndrome.
- Interaction of phytochemicals with metabolism.