Dr Liz Isenring is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and a Senior Lecturer for the Master of Dietetics Studies within the School of Human Movement Studies.
Liz has recently completed an NHMRC Australian Clinical Training Fellowship investigating the nutritional management of older adults at Flinders University, Adelaide and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Prior to that she worked as a clinical dietitian and in a conjoint academic and research position. Her PhD and bachelor degree were both completed at QUT. Liz is an associate editor for Nutrition and Dietetics and has actively contributed to the Dietitians Associations of Australia activities at the state and national level.
Dr Isenring’s research interests lie broadly within the area of Medical Nutrition Therapy. These include the nutritional management of older adults and patients with cancer. Liz has conducted research into the area of nutritional screening, assessment, including body composition, and using standardised dietetic language to demonstrate improved outcomes. Dr Isenring has been involved in the development of several sets of evidence-based nutritional management guidelines and presented at over 20 conferences.