Diet modification is a first-line treatment for individuals with type 2 diabetes. Dietary advice is typically given around the types of foods/beverages consumed but rarely around the timing of energy intake.Read more
The aim of this project is to further understand the health promoting effects of exercise in people with type 2 diabetes by determining the interaction between circadian rhythms and the metabolic response to exercise and nutrition.
This translational research project will help determine how the AMPK pathway can be targeted to maximise the health benefits of exercise and combat the metabolic disease epidemics affecting ageing populations in Australia and worldwide.Read more
This interdisciplinary research project will apply global, unbiased ‘omics-based technologies (e.g. proteomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics) to map the complexity and interconnection of tissue and circulating networks.Read more
The project will focus on the application of recent knowledge regarding creatine and glycogen loading in sports nutrition.Read more
A sustained energy deficit, achieved through a reduction in energy intake and/or increased energy expenditure, is a prerequisite for the loss of body mass and treatment of obesity.Learn more
The Exercise Oncology team at MMIHR strives to enhance the lives of people with cancer through innovative research and effectively translating research into practice.
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