MEET THE PANEL
Dr Katherine Kent
Nutritionist & Lecturer in Public Health at Western Sydney University
Dr Katherine Kent is a lecturer in Public Health in the School of Health Sciences at Western Sydney University, having completed a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Wollongong and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Tasmania. Katherine has over 9 years of experience as a lecturer and academic tutor, and is passionate about teaching the next generation of public health and nutrition professionals.
Cameron McLean AdvAPD
Renal Supportive Care Dietitian at St George Hospital
Cameron is the St George Hospital Nutrition and Dietetics Research Lead and an active member of the South Eastern Sydney LHD Allied Health Research Committee. He is an educator to Dietitian Assistants and is also a PhD Candidate at the University of Wollongong. In 2021, Cameron was awarded the SESLHD Allied Health Research/Educator of the year.
Advanced Sports Dietitian and Freelance Writer
Dr Gemma Sampson is an advanced sports dietitian and Accredited Practising Dietitian specialising in performance nutrition for endurance athletes. She has a broad wealth of knowledge, skills, experience and practice as a dietitian incorporating clinical nutrition, food industry, product development, brand collaborations, corporate wellness and nutrition counselling with private clients. Her doctorate research explored nutrition knowledge, behaviours and beliefs of endurance athletes and how these influence dietary intake during competition.
Born of Steel Fund
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