Professor Liz Isenring joined Bond University in 2014 to head up the new Nutrition and Dietetics programs. She is a leading nutrition and dietetics academic, an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and previously worked at the University of Queensland, Flinders University and Queensland University of Technology.
Professor Isenring is internationally recognised in the areas of oncology nutrition, nutrition in older adults, nutrition screening and assessment. Her PhD students have won numerous research awards including: International Young Investigator; International Oral presentations, DAA Best of the Best; DAA Best New Presenter; and DAA Practice in Research Awards. In 2012, she received a DAA National Award of Merit for International Dietetic and Nutrition Terminology-related activities. Internationally Professor Isenring has been recognised by several research awards and multiple invited conference presentations and visiting fellowships. Professor Isenring has led the development, and contributed to several sets of Australian and International evidence-based guidelines leading to improved nutrition care and greater than 100 peer-reviewed publications.
Editorial roles include the Nutrition Section Editor for Current Oncology (international cancer journal). Professor Isenring is regularly asked to submit invited-journal articles and editorials, and present at conferences around the world.
- Board Member and Research Chair, Maggie Beer Foundation
- Board Member, Scientific Committee Member, Dietitian Connection
- Scientific Committee Chair, Australasian Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN), Council Member, 20016-current
- Chair, Multinational Association for Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) Nutrition & Cachexia study group, 2012-current
- AuSPEN Research Chair, Council Member, 2013-current
- MASCC Nutrition & Cachexia Chair, 2014-current
- MASCC Nutrition & Cachexia Co-chair, 2012-2014
- Nutrition & Dietetics (Hons 1), Queensland University of Technology
- Higher Education, University of Queensland
- Nutrition & Dietetics, Queensland University of Technology