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Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Elizabeth P. Ryan

 Elizabeth P. Ryan
Department of Clinical Sciences, Animal Cancer Center
Colorado State University, Fort Collins 80523, USA
Tel: 970-297-5301
Fax: 970-297-1254
E-mail: [email protected]

Biography

Dr. Ryan is an Assistant Professor in the Toxicology section of ERHS. Her research explores the complex interactions of food components with gut microbiota and the immune system. Her interests span both enteric disease and cancer control and prevention, with collaborators and translational application to the broader fields of microbiology, immunology, oncology, pediatrics and nutrition. Dr. Ryan's global health research program also includes developing innovative solutions to food systems that will enhance food security. The multi-platform research strategy for the research group covers molecular biology, laboratory animal models, companion animals, and human trials. She also holds joint appointments with the department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, the Colorado School of Public Health, and the University of Colorado Cancer Center.  

Research Interest

Translational research spanning laboratory, animal models, and clinical trials for companion animals and human health across the lifespan. This multi-disciplinary lab studies gut mucosal immunity and enteric pathogens in laboratory models, nutrient digestibility and weight loss in companion animals, and gut health and immunity in colorectal cancer survivors. They also collaborate with local, national, and international groups on projects that include Feed the Future and One Health.

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