Ruey-Leng is a clinical pharmacist, researcher and mentor for undergraduate and postgraduate students. She has extensive clinical experience working as a pharmacist within various UK health services. She changed her career to focus on research by embarking on a PhD in 2004. She was awarded the WA Premier’s Mid Career Fellow and relocated to Perth. She now performs her research work at the Australian National Phenome Centre, Murdoch University. Ruey-Leng’s research work has focussed on the application of metabolic phenotyping (fingerprinting) in epidemiological/dietary intervention studies. In parallel, she has also applied data analytics for metabolic phenotyping in food. Her research goals involves developing strategies for optimizing personalized human health and provides a translational bridge to the food science industry.
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