I completed my PhD in Experimental Psychology, concerned with satiety expectations for a range of common foods and part-sponsored by Cadbury-Schweppes, at the University of Bristol approximately 3 years ago.

I have recently been working within the Addenbrooke's Hospital site of the Psychiatry Department of the University of Cambridge, on a project concerned with impulsivity and compulsivity, as assessed by a range of neuropsychological and functional MRI paradigms, where cohorts included obese persons with and without binge eating disorder. Subsequent to these assignments, I also completed an MSc in Substance Misuse and a BSc in Psychology; both at the University of Sussex.

I will be working at the UEA within the Department of Nutrition on ‘The Cognitive Aging Nutrition and Neurogenesis (CANN)' trial, which is concerned with investigation into the cognitive benefits of a combined flavonoid/fatty acid intervention, and with establishing the underlying mechanisms of action for any such benefits. This is a project led by Professor Anne Marie Minihane.


All Publications

Fisk, H. L., Irvine, M., Miles, E. A., Mathers, J. C., Packard, C. J., Armah, C. K., Kofler, B. M., Curtis, P. J., Minihane, A., Calder, P. C.


Association of oily fish intake, sex, age, BMI, and APOE genotype with plasma long chain n-3 fatty acid composition,

in British Journal of Nutrition

Full Text UEA Repository


(E-pub ahead of print)