Professor Ian Caterson AM
Boden Professor of Human Nutrition
K25 - Medical Foundation Building
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Ian Caterson has been interested in insulin resistance, its causes, mechanisms and effects.
He is a recognised expert on obesity, its epidemiology, causes and management.
Current national competitive grants*
Long-term effects of very low energy diet versus conventional diet on adiposity, lean body mass, muscle strength and bone density in obese adults, and mechanisms promoting changes
Salis A, Byrne N, Caterson I
NHMRC Project Grants ($906,044 over 4 years)
Identification of microbiome control of weight loss during dietary intervention in obesity
Holmes A, Paulsen I, Caterson I, Reeves P
NHMRC Project Grants ($625,479 over 3 years)
* Grants administered through the University of Sydney
PhD and Masters' project opportunities
Modeling biological interactions: from individuals to ecosystems
Nutrition and the origin of phenotype
Securing the future of water and soil
Do genes have memory?
The evolutionary ecology of complex microbial communities
Complex Brain Networks and Nutrition
New approaches to Early Detection of Chronic Disease
Social and Healthcare Network Effects on Delivery and Quality Of Care
Physical, Mental and Psychological Health through Personal Networks