Bolaji Ilesanmi-Oyelere

School of Health Sciences
College of Health

Profile

Thesis Title
The role of dietary patterns, inflammatory status and gut microbiome in bone health maintenance of postmenopausal women: a cross-sectional study’

Research Description
My research project looks into the relationship between New Zealand diets, bone health and the gut microbiome.

Research Importance
This research is important for the health and wellbeing of postmenopausal women.

Research Benefit
I believe that the dairy industries, the scientific community and women in general will benefit from the outcomes of this research.

Personal Description
I am from Nigeria. I chose Massey University due its known leadership in the area of Food and Nutrition. After completing my degree, I will seek a postdoctoral position in Nutritional Science.

Supervisors
Professor Marlena Kruger
Professor Jane Coad
Dr Nicole Roy

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