Emilie Combet

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Emilie Combet

Locality: Glasgow, United Kingdom
Summary: My research interests include polyphenols and health, impact of diet (polyphenols) on oxidative / nitrosative stress and inflammation, role of iodine in healthy development.
Past: Post-doctoral Research Associate at University of Glasgow Research Assistant at Warwick HRI / University of Warwick
Education:  Universit Claude Bernard (Lyon I) Genie biologique (2001-2005) 
 Coventry University Biological Sciences (2000-2001) 
 Universit Claude Bernard (Lyon I) Gnie Biologique (1998-2000) 

Industry: Higher Education
Skills: gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS and GC-MS/MS), liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS, UPLC-MS), bomb calorimetry, benchtop nitrosation and oxidation models, flow cytometry
Experience: University of Glasgow (Educational Institution; 1001-5000 employees; Higher Education industry): Lecturer in Nutrition,   
University of Glasgow (Higher Education industry): Post-doctoral Research Associate,  (2005-2009) research included modelisation of acid-catalysed gastric nitrosation, influence of dietary antioxidants and dietary lipids on gastric ...
Interests: human nutrition, polyphenols, oxidative stress, nitrosation, gas chromatography, mass spctrometry, gastrointestinal health, ageing
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch
Groups: Society of Experimental Biology, Biochemical Society, British Society of Mass Spectrometry, Society for Experimental Biology

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University of Glasgow :: Human Nutrition :: Dr Emilie Combet

Emilie Combet is a Lecturer in Human Nutrition, Yorkhill Section of the Division of Developmental Medicine. Contact details. Section of Human Nutrition

BBC NEWS | Health | Fat 'counters vitamin C benefits'

Lead author Emilie Combet said: "These results show that the presence of lipid can markedly alter the protective effects of antioxidants, and how a diet rich in fat can directly ...

University of Glasgow :: Developmental Medicine :: Dr Emilie ...

Emilie Combet is a Lecturer in Human Nutrition, Yorkhill Section of the Division of Developmental Medicine. Contact details. Section of Human Nutrition

Dietary Antioxidants

... mind that, in order to secure a wide range of antioxidants, 35 portions a week covering a wide variety of fruit and vegetables are better than the same five everyday. Emilie Combet

Ubiquitination

Emilie Combet University of Glasgow. References: (1) http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/2004/ciechanover-lecture.pdf (2) http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry ...

Fat intake may cut vitamin C benefits for the stomach

The research, performed by Emilie Combet and co-workers at the University of Glasgow, used a bench-top model of the human stomach to investigate the effect of vitamin C on ...

Medicine: Human Nutrition

Staff: Sophie Tessier; Staff: Ada Garcia; Staff: Alison Parrett; Staff: Catherine Hankey; Staff: Emilie Combet Aspray; Staff: M E J Lean; Staff: Christine Edwards

Microbiology in the Regions report

Kerry's lecture was aided by a fine set of animated slides produced by his PhD student Emilie Combet on the different mechanisms of antisense RNA production.

Deep-fried diet linked to cancer - Evening Times

Researcher Emilie Combet said the discovery was significant. She said: "It gives us a first step into getting a better picture of the chemistry of what happens in our stomachs."

Vitamin C in a fatty stomach may encourage cancer growth

Earlier this year, one of the researchers - Emilie Combet from the University of Glasgow - presented research findings at the annual main meeting of the Society for Experimental ...

Microbiology in the Regions report

Kerry's lecture was aided by a fine set of animated slides produced by his PhD student Emilie Combet on the different mechanisms of antisense RNA production.