Amy Hutchison

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20122021

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Dr Amy Hutchison is an early career postdoctoral researcher based within the Lifelong Health Theme at SAHMRI. She was awarded her PhD in gastrointestinal physiology and appetite regulation from the University of Adelaide in 2016. Her PhD work focused on the role of dietary nutrients (specifically protein) in modulating gastrointestinal function, gastrointestinal hormone release and blood glucose control in both health and obesity. Since completing her PhD, her research focus has shifted to exploring how modified meal patterns such as intermittent fasting and time-restricted feeding can improve health in at-risk individuals. Dr Hutchison is interested in exploring how modified meal patterns such as intermittent fasting and time-restricted feeding can improve health in at-risk individuals. She also has a keen interest in exploring the gastrointestinal hormone response to modified meal patterns, and how this may modulate appetite and blood glucose control. She is involved in a number of clinical trials exploring the effects of intermittent fasting and time-restricted feeding on metabolic health, as well as the effects of a protein supplement on blood glucose control in shift workers. 

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Science (Honours)

PhD

External positions

University of Adelaide

Keywords

  • Nutrition
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Physiology
  • Metabolism

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