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1984-87 UK Representative on Council
1987- 2002 Editor in Chief, Clinical Nutrition
1987-93 Member of Executive Committee
Other Appointments, Honours etc
1961 Nuffield Scolarship in Tropical Medicine, University of Makerere, Uganda
1976 Visiting Professor, University of Virginia
1978 Visiting Professor, University of Rochester New York
1987-2005 Consulting Adviser to British National Formulary: sections on Nutrition and Fluid and electrolytes
1990 Otsuka Visiting Lecturer, Japan
1991 Member, Kings Fund Working Party: A Positive Approach to Nutrition as Treatment
1991-1998 Member Council BAPEN
1992 Arvid Wretlind Lecturer ESPEN Vienna: Uses and Limitations of Nutritional Support
1994 Danone Visiting Professor, University of Antwerp
1996 Chairman and Editor, BAPEN Report: Hospital Food as Treatment
1996-2002 Member of Advisory Committee on Borderline Substances. Dept of Health UK
2000 Hon Member Faculty and Medal, Charles University, Czech Republic
2001 Arvid Wretlind Lecture, Polish Society of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition
2002 Gunnar Levins Lecture Swedish Medical Society
2002 Oliver- Sharpey Prize and Lecture, Royal College of Physicians, London
2002-3 Member of Royal College of Physicians Working Party:' Nutrition and Patients, a Doctors Responsibility'
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He was appointed Senior Registrar in Clinical Biochemistry at Glasgow Royal Infirmary in 1974 where he was fortunate to find that Sir David Cuthbertson had been a Senior Research Fellow since his retiral from the Rowett Research Institute in 1965. Cuthbertson had characterised the metabolic response to injury, and was heavily involved in trying to improve the nutrition of seriously ill hospital patients. Indeed, Cuthbertson was later to be one of the founding honorary members of ESPEN, and one of the two annual named lectures is in his honour. He encouraged AS to specialise in biochemical aspects of clinical nutrition, and in particular in the growing field of intravenous nutrition. This led to a period of secondment from 1976-7 to work at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm with the nutritional pioneer Professor Arvid Wretlind (later to be the other founding Honorary Member of ESPEN with an annual named lecture). This led to a classic 111 page monograph on Parenteral Nutrition, published in the World Review on Nutrition and Dietetics in 1978. During his time in Stockholm, AS met Peter Furst, an outstanding medical biochemist with special skills and knowledge on biochemical investigations of serious illness and Erik Vinnars, an anaesthesiologist, specialising in research on muscle biopsies, both of whom would also become ESPEN Honorary members. Contacts with all these individuals were crucial in determining AS’s future interests and research.
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Matthew was chosen as a ; his primary research interest is in clinical and behavioral nutrition. He chose nutritional science as his research field because he has always had a passion for nutrition and its positive relationship to health promotion and disease prevention. In particular, he is interested in the impact of dietary patterns established in childhood on obesity and chronic disease risk as well as the efficacy and effectiveness of community, health care, and public policy interventions for obesity and chronic disease prevention, particularly in low-income individuals. Matthew loves the problem solving aspect of behavioral nutrition and the “puzzle-like” challenges that research in this field poses. He first got involved in undergraduate research by doing basic lab work for the LSU AgCenter’s Department of Entomology in Dr. Linda Hooper-Bui’s Disaster Ecology Lab. During this time, he received two LSU College of Agriculture Undergraduate Research Grants, which provided funding for him to design his own project with her. At the end of his junior year, Matthew began working with Dr. Carol O’Neil in the LSU School of Nutrition and Food Sciences to develop an honors thesis topic.
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His honors thesis research was partly funded by a research grant from the Honors College and the Tiger Athletic Foundation, and the topic was A Comparison of Nutrient Intake, Nutrient Adequacy, Diet quality, and Obesity Prevalence in Low-Income Children (2-18 yr) Based on Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: NHANES 2003-2010.