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Researcher: Berry, R (Ms Rachael Berry)

Fields of Research

Nutritional science
Paramedicine
Biologically active molecules
Allergy
Analytical biochemistry
Cancer cell biology
Nutrition and dietetics
Gene expression (incl. microarray and other genome-wide approaches)

Research Objectives

Clinical health
Pome fruit, pip fruit
Nutrition
Expanding knowledge in the biological sciences

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'Physiological' temperature found to be prime for extracting sweet cherry anthocyanins; 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia in conjunction with the Nutrition Society of New Zealand
In vitro investigation of sweet cherry extract; Nutrition Society of Australia 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting
Anaphylaxis and Allergy Research (AARG); Paramedics Australasia, Tasmania Chapter, State Conference
Anaphylaxis recognition: Is there consistency in Paramedic and Emergency Department diagnoses?; Paramedics Australasia International Conference (PAIC) 2019
Bioactive compounds in sweet cherries: 24 months post-harvest, is there anything left?; Nutritional Advances in the Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease
Community presentations of anaphylaxis in Tasmania: Who is administering the adrenaline?; Australasian Journal of Paramedicine
DNA methylation changes following DNA damage in prostate cancer cells; Epigenetics
Optimized extraction of anthocyanins from Reid Fruits’ Prunus avium ‘Lapins’ cherries; Food Chemistry
Ripe for the picking: anthocyanin content of waste fruit versus first grade fruit in Australian sweet cherries; 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia in conjunction with the Nutrition Society of New Zealand
RNA-seq profiling of a radiation resistant and radiation sensitive prostate cancer cell line highlights opposing regulation of DNA repair and targets for radiosensitization; BMC Cancer
The impact of storage conditions and growing season on the anthocyanin content of sweet cherry varieties; Nutrition Society of Australia Annual Scientific Meeting

Research Projects

Bioactive Food and Nutrition Research PHASE 2 (mouse trial and cycling trial)
Impact of cherry anthocyanins on gout and inflammation

Research Candidate Supervision