Nutrition and Disease in Auckland, New Zealand = Current Studies
Lynnette R Ferguson*
Discipline of Nutrition and Dietetics, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The
University of Auckland, New Zealand
*Corresponding Author: Lynnette R Ferguson, Discipline of Nutrition and
Dietetics, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
May 24, 2023; Published: June 13, 2023
This short communication focuses on studies based at The University of Auckland, although often involving collaborations from other areas. Current studies on nutrition and disease in New Zealand include work by three newly appointed fellows of the Royal Society based at the University of Auckland = Associate Professpr Mark Bolland , Professor Paul Kilmartin  and Professor Andrew Allan . The first of these authors has made significant contributions to the field of osteoporosis, particularly studies on the roles of calcium and vitamin D supplements .
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