Natasa Giallourou

Natasa Giallourou

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I earned my PhD in Nutritional Metabolomics from the University of Reading in 2017 and subsequently joined the Department of Metabolism Digestion and Reproduction at Imperial College London. My research focuses on the application of metabolic phenotyping to the field of global health. Metabolomics and bioinformatics tools are used to investigate the biochemical impact of undernutrition and infections, in children living in developing countries to better understand their adverse consequences on growth, cognition and metabolism later in life. I have recently been awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to work on the integration of metabolomic and genomic data in population-based studies for the identification of composite genotype-phenotype determinants of complex diseases and improved patient stratification.