Dr Anne Jaquiery

MBChB, DCH, Dip Obs, FRACP (Paediatrics), PhD (Medicine)

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Senior Lecturer - Medical
Senior Lecturer - Clinical

Biography

Dr Anne Jaquiery is a senior lecturer at The University of Auckland and a general paediatrician. She completed her PhD at the Liggins Institute investigating the effects of undernutrition around the time of conception on the mother's pregnancy and the health of her offspring. She has ongoing research interests in neonatal and paediatric nutrition, including the long-term consequences of altered nutrition in early life and the development of an animal model of prematurity to explore the best treatments for preterm and small babies.

Other areas of active research involvement include the treatment of intrauterine growth restriction and postnatal outcomes, preterm birth and its consequences.

 

Research | Current

  • Maternal nutrition and its effect on postnatal disease in the offspring
  • Intrauterine growth restriction
  • Long-term effects of erratic nutrition on growth and development
  • Prematurity
     

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)