Browsing by Author Gibney, Michael J.

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Published DateTitleAuthor(s)
11-Dec-2017Capturing health and eating status through a Nutritional Perception Screening Questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based Personalised Nutrition intervention: the Food4Me studySan-Criostobal, RodrigoNavas-Carretero, SantiagoCelis-Morales, CarlosO'Donovan, ClareForster, HannahWoolhead, ClaraWalsh, Marianne C.Gibney, Eileen R.Brennan, LorraineGibney, Michael J.et al.
2017Demonstration of the utility of biomarkers for dietary intake assessment; proline betaine as an exampleGibbons, HelenaMichielsen, Charlotte J. R.Rundle, MilenaMcNulty, Breige A.Nugent, Anne P.Gibney, Michael J.Brennan, Lorraineet al.
1-Oct-2017Estimation of chicken intake using metabolomics derived markersYin, XiaofeiGibbons, HelenaRundle, MilenaMcNulty, Breige A.Nugent, Anne P.Gibney, Michael J.Brennan, Lorraineet al.
1-Feb-2017Exploring the Links between Diet and Health in an Irish Cohort: A Lipidomic ApproachO'Gorman, AoifeGibbons, HelenaRyan, Miriam F.Gibney, Eileen R.Gibney, Michael J.Frost, GaryRoche, Helen M.Brennan, Lorraine
20-Jul-2017Metabolomic-based identification of clusters that reflect dietary patternsGibbons, HelenaCarr, EibhlinMcNulty, Breige A.Walton, JanetteFlynn, AlbertGibney, Michael J.Brennan, Lorraine
Dec-2016Phenotypic factors influencing the variation in response of circulating cholesterol level to personalised dietary advice in the Food4me studyKirwan, LauraWalsh, Marianne C.Celis-Morales, CarlosO'Donovan, ClareWoolhead, ClaraForster, HannahGibney, Michael J.Gibney, Eileen R.Brennan, Lorraineet al.
26-Sep-2017Sexual dimorphism, age, and fat mass are key phenotypic drivers of proteomic signaturesCurran, Aoife M.Fogarty Draper, ColleenScott-Boyer, Marie-PierRoche, Helen M.Ryan, Miriam F.Gibney, Michael J.Brennan, Lorraineet al.
18-Aug-2016Uncovering Factors Related to Pancreatic Beta-Cell FunctionCurran, Aoife M.Ryan, Miriam F.Drummond, ElaineGibney, Eileen R.Gibney, Michael J.Roche, Helen M.Brennan, Lorraine
Oct-2017Within-person reproducibility and sensitivity to dietary change of C15:0 and C17:0 levels in dried blood spots: data from the European Food4Me StudyAlbani, VivianaCelis-Morales, CarlosO'Donovan, ClareWalsh, Marianne C.Woolhead, ClaraForster, HannahFallaize, RosalindGibney, Michael J.Gibney, Eileen R.Brennan, Lorraineet al.