Nutritional Immunology

  • Kristensen, Matilde Bylov (Project Participant)
  • Wilcks, Andrea (Project Participant)
  • Bergström, Anders (Project Participant)
  • Nellemann, Christine (Project Participant)
  • Kølln, Charlotte (Project Participant)
  • Licht, Tine Rask (Project Manager)
  • Jacobsen, Charlotte (Project Participant)
  • Nielsen, Nina Skall (Project Participant)
  • Horn, Anna Frisenfeldt (Project Participant)
  • Mathiassen, Jakob Hovalt (Project Participant)
  • Hellgren, Lars (Project Participant)
  • Fink, Lisbeth Nielsen (Project Participant)
  • Frøkjær, Hanne (Project Participant)
  • Metzdorff, Stine Broeng (Project Participant)

Project Details


This project runs under the FoodDTU umbrella, and one of its purposes is to create new collaborations between different DTU institutes with ongoing research related to food science. The participating institutes are DTU-Food, DTU-Biosys and DTU-Aqua.

The purpose is to elucidate the impact of specific dietary components including e.g. fish oil on the intestinal microbiota and thereby on the development of the immune system in early life.

The results are expected to create a basis for better nutritional advice for pregnant women.
Effective start/end date07/08/200730/11/2011

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