Genevieve is a teaching assistant/researcher in nutrition and food science, based at the Faculty of Education, Community and Leisure. She graduated in 2008 with her BSc. (Hons) Nutrition at LJMU, followed by her MSc. in Nutrition and Food Sciences in 2009 from the University of Huddersfield. Genevieve then returned to LJMU to study for a PhD researching nutrition and health promotion in Year 6 children in Wigan, as part of the CHANGE! project (Children’s Health, Activity and Nutrition – Get Educated!). Previous research has included evaluating the hydration status of older adult walkers and assessing the contribution of breakfast cereals to the micronutrient intake of adults.
- Measurement of dietary intake
- Eating behaviours and habits
Collaborations & Partnerships
The CHANGE! project is run in partnership with Wigan Council
A member of The Nutrition Society.
Warburton, G. L. Abayomi, J. C. Mahon, E. Hackett, A. F. (2011) Eating attitudes of children may affect over eating and contribute to obesity. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 70 (OCE3) E81.
Warburton, G. L. Hunt, C. (2010) The effect of eating fortified breakfast cereal on the micronutrient intake of adults between the ages of 19 and 64 years. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 69 (OCE6) E432.
Hackett A, Gee A, Warburton G and Davies I (2008) The impact of a 17 km recreational walk on measures of body composition and hydration in a group of walkers aged >40 years. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 67 E330.