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Amy Loughman, PhD
I am passionate about how the environments we live and work in, affect our wellbeing.
I want to share the science about how the world around us - from our homes, workplaces, natural spaces, microbes and more - impact our brain health.
Let's use the science to improve our wellbeing at home, at work and beyond.
Senior Research Fellow, Deakin University Food & Mood Centre
Read my work
Loughman, A., Quinn, T., Nation, M.L., Reichelt, A., Moore, R.J., Van, TTH., Sung, V & Tang, M.L.K., 2020. Infant microbiota in colic: predictive associations with problem crying and subsequent child behavior. Journal of the Developmental Origins of Health & Disease. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S2040174420000227
Loughman, A., & Staudacher, H. 2020. Treating the individual with diet: is gut microbiome testing the answer? The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology. 5, 5, 437.
Loughman, A., Ponsonby, A.L., O'Hely, M., Symeonides, C., Collier, F., Tang, M.L., Carlin, J., Ranganathan, S., ... & Vuillermin, P., 2020. Gut microbiota composition during infancy and subsequent behavioural outcomes. EBioMedicine, 52, p.102640.
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