skip to content

Cambridge Public Health


• Optimal nutritional status and nutritional vulnerability in relation to health
• Nutritional aspects of bone health, peak bone mass, osteoporosis and rickets
• Calcium and vitamin D requirements across the life span and across populations
• Human calcium and bone physiology, metabolism and genetics
• Dietary requirements for human growth, pregnancy and lactation
• Human lactational physiology and breast-milk composition
• Nutritional problems of the developing world
• Nutrition of the elderly, with particular reference to micronutrients
• Functional and biochemical markers of micronutrient status