Jamie De Seymour

  • 71 Citations
  • 4 h-Index
20142018
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Jamie is a PhD qualified nutritionist and research scientist that has joined SAHMRI from New Zealand.

She completed her PhD at the University of Auckland where she investigated the association between maternal diet and gestational diabetes in a cohort of pregnant women from Singapore. Her main studies involved the exploration of maternal dietary patterns in Singapore and their association with the development of diabetes in pregnancy. She also investigated the hair and blood metabolome (collection of detectable low-weight metabolites) of pregnant women for the identification of biomarkers linked to gestational diabetes development, and to mechanistically link maternal diet to disease.

Throughout her studies and research career, Jamie has collaborated with research groups from Singapore, China, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, and presented her work both within New Zealand and internationally.

As a Translation Research Officer at Health Mothers, Babies, and Children, Jamie is predominantly involved in the translation and implementation of Omega-3 for the prevention of preterm birth.

Qualifications

BSc double major in Human Nutrition and Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand

BSc (first-class honours) in Human Nutrition, Massey University, New Zealand

PhD in Biomedical Science, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

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Research Output 2014 2018

  • 71 Citations
  • 4 h-Index
  • 8 Article
  • 1 Review article
2 Citations

Analysis of sequential hair segments reflects changes in the metabolome across the trimesters of pregnancy

Delplancke, T. D. J., De Seymour, J. V., Tong, C., Sulek, K., Xia, Y., Zhang, H., Han, T. L. & Baker, P. N. 8 Jan 2018 In : Scientific Reports. 8, 1, 36

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

1 Citations

Association between maternal exposure to phthalates and lower language ability in offspring derived from hair metabolome analysis

Jones, B., Han, T. L., Delplancke, T., McKenzie, E. J., De Seymour, J. V., Chua, M. C., Tan, K. H. & Baker, P. N. 30 Apr 2018 In : Scientific Reports. 8, 1, 6745

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Metabolomic biomarkers and novel dietary factors associated with gestational diabetes in China

Chen, X., de Seymour, J. V., Han, T. L., Xia, Y., Chen, C., Zhang, T., Zhang, H. & Baker, P. N. 1 Nov 2018 In : Metabolomics. 14, 11, 149

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Metabolomic profiling of maternal hair suggests rapid development of intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy

de Seymour, J. V., Tu, S., He, X., Zhang, H., Han, T. L., Baker, P. N. & Sulek, K. 1 Jun 2018 In : Metabolomics. 14, 6, 79

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

The Impact of Nutritional Interventions in Pregnant Women on DNA Methylation Patterns of the Offspring: A Systematic Review

Andraos, S., de Seymour, J. V., O'Sullivan, J. M. & Kussmann, M. 1 Dec 2018 In : Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 62, 24, 1800034

Research output: Research - peer-reviewReview article