Professor Louise Dye

Professor Louise Dye

Professor of Nutrition & Behaviour
N8 Agrifood Programme Theme 3 Chair in Nutrition & Behaviour Change

+44(0)113 3435707

Summary: Louise Dye is the N8 Chair (http://n8agrifood.ac.uk/) and Professor of Nutrition and Behaviour. She is a biological psychologist who studies the effects of diet/food intake on cognition and health.

Location: Room 1.22, Psychology Building

Grants

McArdle A, Jackson M, Beadsworth MJB, Dye L, Lawton C (May 2012 – April 2015). Modulation of aberrant mitochondrial function and cytokine production in skeletal muscle of CFS patients by supplementary polyphenols. MRC.

Lawton C, Dye L (October 2010 – July 2014). Breakfast and Cognitive Function. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Lawton C, Dye L (September 2009 – July 2014). The Leeds Women’s Wellbeing Study. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Dye L, Lawton C, Merat N, Jamson H (October 2010 – July 2013). The effect of polyphenols on cognitive and driving performance under stress. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Dye L, Lawton C (June 2010 – December 2011). The effects of growing up milks of different composition on glycaemic response and cognitive function. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Dye L, Lawton (October 2009 – October 2011). Knowledge Transfer Partnership. The Kellogg Company, TSB, ESRC, BBSRC.

Lawton C, Dye L, Blundell J (January 2008 – December 2009). The effect of different starches on satiation and satiety. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Dye L, Lawton C (July 2008 – December 2009). The effects of different carbohydrates on cognition in children. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Lawton C, Dye L (June 2007 – December 2009). The effects of soy food products on satiety. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Dye L, Lawton C (June 2007 – July 2009). The effects of growing up milks of different composition vs. glucose on glycaemic response and cognitive function. Confidential Industrial Sponsor.

Dye L, Lawton C (June 2007 – December 2008). The effect of a milk-based drink containing isomaltulose on glycaemic response and cognitive performance. Unilever R&D Vlaardingen (NL).