[PODCAST] The Role of Human Milk Oligosaccharides in Infant Development and the Possible Role in Food Allergy
Lisa M. Renzi-Hammond
|Date:||31 August 2022|
|Location:||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
In this 25-minute podcast episode, Lisa M. Renzi-Hammond, PhD, discusses human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) and how they support infant development, act as prebiotics and affect the composition of the gut microbiota, and why they may be relevant for the nutritional management of infants with food allergies.
Lisa M. Renzi-Hammond, PhD
Interdisciplinary Group Lead, Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience
Department of Health Promotion and Behavior
College of Public Health, The University of Georgia; Athens, GA USA
Following her graduate and post-graduate training, Dr Renzi-Hammond returned to the University of Georgia as faculty, where she published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the topic of nutrition and lifespan visual and neurological function. She has presented this research in a wide variety of national and international venues. She currently Directs the University of Georgia Institute of Gerontology, which focuses on lifespan health and development, and co-Directs the Cognitive Aging Research and Education (CARE) Center.