The School of Life and Health Sciences is home to the Nutrition and Behaviour Laboratory. This laboratory - which utilises industry standard
equipment and is staffed by exceptionally experienced specialists
- is dedicated to:
- The psychological impact of nutritional components, dietary supplements and whole foods
- Research into the effectiveness of weight management programmes
- Feeding and excessive eating studies
- The analysis of biological samples and the collection and analysis of anthropomorphic data.
The laboratory also has access to an on-site electroencephalogram (EEG), multi-channel Magnetoencephalography (MEG) brain imaging and a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system.