Mr Jia Jiet Lim

BSc (Hons) Nutrition

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Doctoral Candidate - Doctor of Philosophy


I graduated from The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus in 2016 with BSc (Hons) Nutrition. I was awarded with Dean's Excellence Awards for consecutively 2 years during my undergraduate degree. I was also awarded with Oxford University Press Prize (2015) and Ron Bardsley Prize (2016) for the Part 1 and Part 2 of my undergraduate study respectively.

I had the opportunity to attend several international conferences such as the Global Food Security Forum (2014) organised by The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus and British Nutrition Society Meeting Conference (2015) organised by the British Nutrition Society.

During my undergraduate final year study, I conducted a cross-sectional research on the relationship between salt intake and blood pressure under the supervision of Dr. Soma Mitra. The results from this study were presented during the Nutrition Society of Malaysia Annual Conference 2016 to the acemdemias, food industries and policy makers in Malaysia.

Research | Current

My current PhD project entitled "Weight management and prevention of obesity - The role of protein in appetite control", under the supervision of Prof. Sally Poppitt.

JJ Lim, SD Poppitt (2017) Evaluating gastrointestinal (GI) peptides as markers of satiety in dietary intervention studies: How informative are the 'satiety' peptides?, At: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Conference: ANZOS 2017, Affiliation: University of Auckland; Riddet Centre of Research Excellence, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.26332.08327

Committees/Professional groups/Services

A Doctoral candidate in Human Nutrition Unit, School of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, The University of Auckland.

A student of Riddet Institute.

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

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  • Lim, J. J., & Poppitt, S. D. (2019). How Satiating Are the 'Satiety' Peptides: A Problem of Pharmacology versus Physiology in the Development of Novel Foods for Regulation of Food Intake. Nutrients, 11 (7).10.3390/nu11071517
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Sally Poppitt


Contact details

Primary office location

18 CARRICK PLACE - Bldg 581
Level G, Room G01
New Zealand

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