omega-3

Dr Jonathan Tammam and his team at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, have investigated the effects of vitamin, mineral, and n-3 fatty-acid dietary supplements in the behaviour of adolescent school children. Dr Jonathan Tammam states:

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People » John Stein

Emeritus Professor of Physiology

Prof. John Stein FRCP, FMedSci studies the link between impaired visuomotor control and nutrition, in particular omega 3 fish oils.

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Department of Plant Sciences Departmental Research Seminars

Convener: Dr I Moore.

Speaker: Professor Johnathan Napier, Rothamsted

Title: ‘Metabolic engineering for the production of omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic Camelina - making fish oils in plants’

Date: Thursday, 30th October 2014

Time: 1pm - 2pm

Venue: Large Lecture Theatre, Department of Plant Sciences

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Feeding Healthy Minds

"What mothers eat before and during pregnancy can have a lifelong impact on their child’s health and development. Jenni speaks to academic, author, and founder of Food And Behaviour Research (FAB), Dr Alex Richardson, ahead of a conference they’ve organised in London. On the agenda is the role of diet in how our brain develops and functions, and its impact on our moods, our behaviour and our capacity to learn."

Listen to the interview on the BBC Radio 4 website
[starts at 35:30 into the programme]:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03dsm3t

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A new study by Dr Alex Richardson, a senior research fellow at the Centre for Evidence-Based Intervention at Oxford University, has shown that daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids (Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA) improved the reading and behaviour of underperforming children in mainstream primary schools.

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People » Alex Richardson

Visiting Senior Research Scientist, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

Alex Richardson’s research focuses on how nutrition can affect behaviour, learning and mood.

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