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About Annie Guo
Annie is a registered dietitian with a master's degree in clinical nutrition. She works as a Ph.D. Student in the Department of Pediatrics in Karl Mårilds research group and has an interdisciplinary research background in fields of oncology, odontology, dietetics, and public health. She has worked as a clinical dietitian at Karlskoga Hospital in Region Örebro.
Annie is engaged in the Sahlgrenska Student Council where she is vice chairman.
Annie's Ph.D. project investigates early-life environmental factors and the risk of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Environmental factors include diet, hygiene factors as well as exposure to infections and antibiotics. Large-scale data from the Swedish ABIS and Norwegian MoBa cohorts are used and the project includes over 100,000 children followed from birth to later adolescence/early adulthood. Annie's doctoral project is part of an ongoing collaboration between the University of Gothenburg, the University of Linköping, and the University of Oslo.
During 2023, Annie will be a visiting researcher at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health to study prenatal diet and risk of IBD.
Except for research within IBD, Annie is taking part in studies investigating the association between diet and development of psoriasis, Type 1 Diabetes, and celiac disease.
Methodological Approaches to Ketogenic Dietary Treatments in Glioma Patients from a Nutritional Point of
Epidemiology, validation, and clinical characteristics of inflammatory bowel disease: the ABIS birth cohort
Choice of health metrics for combined health and environmental assessment of foods and diets: A systematic review of
Dietary intake and meal patterns among young adults with high caries activity: a cross-sectional
Shared decision-making in neurosurgery: a scoping