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Christos Kelaiditis

Chris Kelaiditis

Research Assistant in Nutritional Sciences

Biography

Chris Kelaiditis is a Research Assistant in Nutritional Sciences at King’s College London and a registered dietitian. After completing his BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics, Chris practiced his profession before completing an MSc in Nutrition and Genetics, which was followed by an industry-funded PhD in Health Sciences. For his PhD, Chris explored the effects of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on affect and mood, cognition, and brain structure and function.

Whilst working on his PhD, Chris won a competition-based research award, which granted him a Research Assistant contract with the Global Organisation of EPA and DHA omega-3s.

Chris is working closely with Prof Kevin Whelan and Dr Aaron Bancil on the ADDapt trial, to lead and coordinate recruitment, data collection and management for the research project on a day-to-day basis, to carry out research in food additives, food-related quality of life and other aspects of diet and nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease.

PURE Profile: Chris Kelaiditis

Research

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Diet & Gastrointestinal Health Research Group

The Diet and Gastrointestinal Health Research Group aims to understand the molecular, cellular, whole person and population-level mechanisms involved in gut health and the development and treatment of gastrointestinal disease.

Research

herogastro
Diet & Gastrointestinal Health Research Group

The Diet and Gastrointestinal Health Research Group aims to understand the molecular, cellular, whole person and population-level mechanisms involved in gut health and the development and treatment of gastrointestinal disease.