Doctor Li Li
Lecturer, Human Nutrition,
Dr Li Li has a BSc (Nutrition)(Honours) from the University of Sydney and completed a PhD at Griffith University, Queensland, investigating the relationship between diet, gut microbiome and important clinical characteristics in adults with cystic fibrosis. She is an accredited practising dietitian interested in research and teaching in health-related fields such as nutrition, gut microbiome and public health for risk reduction, prevention, and management of metabolism/inflammation-associated chronic conditions. She has taught various units of study in general and sports nutrition, public health and public health nutrition at Australian Catholic University (Brisbane) and Griffith University for the past three years, with a Grad Cert Higher Ed.
This information has been contributed by Doctor Li.
- PhD Griffith University
- Nutrition Society of Australia (2013)
- Public Health Association of Australia (2016)
- Dietitians Association of Australia (2009)
- Chronic Disease
- Diet-gut microbiome relationship
- Public Health Nutrition
Organisational Unit (School / Division)
- Food Sciences
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Previous Teaching Areas
- 300908 Applied Nutrition, 2020
- 300917 Global Nutrition, Food and Community, 2020
- 300928 Consumer Issues in Nutrition, 2020
- 301184 Nutritional Assessment Methods, 2020
- Li, L. and Somerset, S. (2018), 'Associations between flavonoid intakes and gut microbiota in a group of adults with cystic fibrosis', Nutrients, vol 10, no 9 .
- Li, L., Krause, L. and Somerset, S. (2017), 'Associations between micronutrient intakes and gut microbiota in a group of adults with cystic fibrosis', Clinical Nutrition, vol 36, no 4 , pp 1097 - 1104.
- Li, L. and Somerset, S. (2016), 'Dietary intake and nutritional status of micronutrients in adults with cystic fibrosis in relation to current recommendations', Clinical Nutrition, vol 35, no 4 , pp 775 - 782.
- Li, L. and Somerset, S. (2014), 'The clinical significance of the gut microbiota in cystic fibrosis and the potential for dietary therapies', Clinical Nutrition, vol 33, no 4 , pp 571 - 580.
- Li, L. and Somerset, S. (2014), 'Digestive system dysfunction in cystic fibrosis : challenges for nutrition therapy', Digestive and Liver Disease, vol 46, no 10 , pp 865 - 874.
- Li, L., Krause, L., Kesselring, J. and Somerset, S. (2017), 'Body composition is associated with gut microbiota variations in a group of free-living adults with cystic fibrosis (CF)', European Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Seville, Spain.
- Li, L. and Somerset, S. (2017), 'Intakes of specific macronutrients are associated with gut microbiota in a group of free-living adults with cystic fibrosis (CF)', European Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Seville, Spain.