Christine SlaterChristine Slater PhD, MPhil, BSc (Hons), International Atomic Energy Agency 


I joined the International Atomic Energy Agency as a Nutrition Specialist in the Division of Human Health in 2009, after working as a consultant for several years preparing handbooks and e-learning modules on stable isotope techniques in nutrition - in particular assessment of body composition, total daily energy expenditure and infant feeding practices. These publications are now available on the IAEA Human Health Campus (http://nucleus.iaea.org/HHW/Nutrition/index.html). Prior to joining the IAEA, I was a research fellow at the University of Glasgow, UK and manager of the stable isotope facility at the University of Glasgow Department of Child Health, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow. My formative experience in using stable isotope techniques in nutrition was gained while in the Stable Isotope Biochemistry Laboratory at the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre, where the focus was on developing new techniques to answer clinically important questions. I have always enjoyed the privilege of working as part of a multidisciplinary team and have over 50 peer reviewed publications related to the use of stable isotope techniques to assess important questions related to both public health and clinical nutrition.

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