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European Journal of Nutrition

European Journal of Nutrition

Editor-in-Chief: Bruce Griffin

ISSN: 1436-6207 (print version)
ISSN: 1436-6215 (electronic version)

Journal no. 394

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Editor-in-Chief

Bruce Griffin
Department of Nutritional Sciences
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
University of Surrey, UK
E-Mail: b.griffin@surrey.ac.uk


Section Editors

Biomarkers and DNA damage
Andrew Collins
Institute for Nutrition Research
Faculty of Medicine
University of Oslo
Norway
E-Mail: a.r.collins@basalmed.uio.no

Carcinogenesis
Giovanna Caderni
Department of Pharmacology
University of Florence
Florence, Italy
E-Mail: giovanna.caderni@unifi.it

Cellular physiology and cell signalling
Bernard Corfe
Human Nutrition Unit
The University of Sheffield
Sheffield, UK
E-Mail: b.m.corfe@sheffield.ac.uk

Child nutrition
Mathilde Kersting
Forschungsinstitut für Kinderernährung  (FKE) Dortmund
Dortmund, Germany
E-Mail: mathilde.kersting@ruhr-uni-bochum.de

Diabetes and metabolic syndrome
Claude Knauf
Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III
IRSD, INSERM  U1220
Toulouse, France
E-Mail: claude.knauf@inserm.fr

Ursula Schwab
Institute of Public Health and Clinical Nutrition
Department of Clinical Nutrition
University of Eastern Finland
Kuopio, Finland
E-Mail: ursula.schwab@uef.fi

Diet and cognition
Louise Dye
Human Appetite Research Unit
Institute of Psychological Sciences
University of Leeds
Leeds, UK
E-Mail: L.Dye@leeds.ac.uk

Epidemiology
Anette Buyken
Institute of Nutrition, Consumption and Health
Faculty of Natural Sciences
University Paderborn
Paderborn, Germany
E-Mail: anette.buyken@uni-paderborn.de

Gunter Kuhnle
Department of Food & Nutritional Science
University of Reading
Reading, UK
E-Mail: g.g.kuhnle@reading.ac.uk

Gang Liu
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Harvard University
Boston, USA
E-Mail: galiu@hsph.harvard.edu

Ute Nöthlings
Institut für Ernährungs- und
Lebensmittelwissenschaften
Universität Bonn
Bonn, Germany
E-Mail: noethlings@uni-bonn.de

Susan E. Steck
Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Arnold School of Public Health
University of South Carolina
Columbia, USA
E-Mail: stecks@mailbox.sc.edu

Hepatology
Ina Bergheim
Department für Ernährungswissenschaften
Universität Wien
Vienna, Austria
E-Mail: ina.bergheim@univie.ac.at

Lipids and cardiovascular diseases
Andrew Salter
School of Biosciences
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, UK
E-Mail: andrew.salter@nottingham.ac.uk

Microbiota
Kieran Tuohy
Nutrition and Nutrigenomics
Research and Innovation Centre
Fondazione Edmund Mach-IASMA
Trento, Italy
E-Mail: kieran.tuohy@fmach.it

Nutrigenomics
Matthew Barnett
The Liggins Institute
The University of Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand
E-Mail: matthew.barnett@agresearch.co.nz

Nutrition and Behaviour
Regulation of food intake, satiety and gut hormones
Clare Lawton
Human Appetite Research Unit
Institute of Psychological Sciences
University of Leeds, UK
E-Mail: c.l.lawton@leeds.ac.uk

Obesity
Hollie Raynor
Public Health Nutrition
Institute of Biomedical Engineering
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, USA
E-Mail: hraynor@utk.edu

Welma Stonehouse
Nutrition Interventions
Diet, Lifestyle and Health Substantiation Group
Health and Biosecurity
CSIRO
Adelaide, Australia
E-Mail: Welma.Stonehouse@csiro.au

Phytochemicals
Chris Gill
Northern Ireland Centre for Food and
Health; Institute of Biomedical Sciences
University of Ulster
Coleraine, UK
E-Mail: C.gill@ulster.ac.uk

Sports and nutrition
Stavros A. Kavouras
Arizona State University
Hydration Science Lab 
Phoenix, AZ, USA
E-Mail: stavros.kavouras@asu.edu

Vitamins and Micronutrients
Mairead Kiely
School of Food and Nutritional Sciences
University College Cork
Cork, Ireland
E-Mail: M.Kiely@ucc.ie

International Advisory Board
Marià Alemany, Barcelona
Lindsay Allen, Davis
Elliot M. Berry, Jerusalem
Philip Calder, Southampton
Susan J. Duthie, Aberdeen
Pascal Ferré, Paris
Marina Heinonen, Helsinki
Clemens Kunz, Giessen
Wolfgang Langhans, Zurich
Joseph Levy, Beer Sheva
J. Alfredo Martínez, Pamplona
Emilio Martínez de Victoria, Granada
Marja Mutanen, Helsinki
Begona Olmedilla, Madrid
Domenico Palli, Florence
Joana M. Planas, Barcelona
Gerhard Rechkemmer, Karlsruhe
Erich Roth, Vienna
Ian Rowland, Reading
Robert Russell, Boston
Wilhelm Stahl, Düsseldorf
Elke Trautwein, Vlaardingen
Antonia Trichopoulou, Athens
Brigitte Winklhofer-Roob, Graz
Armin Zittermann, Bad Oeynhausen

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