Dr Diane Hosking

Research Fellow

Biography

Diane has joined CRAHW recently after completing her PhD at the University of Adelaide and CSIRO Animal, Food, and Health Sciences. She is interested in the life course determinants of individual differences in older age cognitive health outcomes. Specifically, Diane’s research has focused on the assessment of lifetime dietary intake and lifetime dietary patterns as predictors of cognitive performance and cognitive change in healthy older adults.

Diane is a full-time researcher in the CRAHW CEPAR node, ANU.

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