Nutrition and Dietetics
Kacie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Early Career Researcher in Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University. She completed her research training at CSIRO and the University of Adelaide examining the effects of excess sodium intake on biomarkers for cardiovascular disease. She joined Flinders University in 2014 and makes wide-ranging contributions to teaching, research and administration related to the undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Nutrition and Dietietics. Alongside her research training, Kacie also has 8 years experience working as a Dietitian in community and clinical settings mainly with adults with chronic disease.
PhD (2014) - University of Adelaide
Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honours) (2008) - Flinders University
Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence 2014
Nutrition Society of Australia Early Career Research Award 2012
My main teaching acitvities align closely with my research in the areas of nutrition epidemiology and nutritional physiology across the lifespan. I also teach nutrition counselling and clinical practice in the Bachelor and Master of Dietetics programs. I have interests in developing and utlising innovative and online teaching and learning methods.
My research interests lie in the area of the nutrition and food intake for the prevention and management of chronic disease. This research is conducted in the clinical and community setting.
Member Engagement Officer - Dietitians Association of Australia Engagement and Development Committe (SA)
Executive Member - Nutrition Society of Australia (SA Branch)
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|Location:||Flinders Medical Centre (7E:103.3)|
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2017 Presentations and Meetings:
Australian Academy of Science EMCR Think Tank Delegate "Rethinking Food and Nutrition Science" 26-28 July, Perth
Recent Media contributions:
"Australians eating a lot more salt than we realise" SBS Food 17 May 2017
"Health Check: How much sugar is it okay to eat?" The Conversation 13 June 2016
"Health Check: How much salt is it okay to eat?" The Conversation 23 May 2016