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Dr Karin Ried
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Dr Karin Ried is Research Fellow and Program Manager of the PHCRED (Primary Health Care Research Evaluation & Development) program at The University of Adelaide since 2006.
Karin has over 15 years experience in medical and public health research. She completed her PhD in Molecular Biology/Human Genetics at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and came to Australia in 1997 to undertake post-doctoral research on cancer genes at the Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide. Karin extended her knowledge in health sciences with a Graduate Diploma in Public Health at the University of Adelaide (2001) and a Certificate in Integrative Medicine (2009). Dr Ried is nutritional medicine consultant to the National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM, 2011).
Dr Ried's research interest is in complementary and integrative medicine with a focus on nutritional health. Her research projects encompass public health nutrition and epidemiology, infant nutrition, gastrointestinal health, cardiovascular health, bone health, and women's health.
In her current role as PHCRED Program Manager, Karin is responsible for mentoring PHCRED funded researchers and managing and developing capacity building activities, including workshops on research methods. Karin has expertise in quantitative research, in particular in systematic reviews and meta-analyses, questionnaire design and survey methods, as well as in various aspects of qualitative research.
PhD, MSc, GDPH, Cert Integrative Medicine
Current projects include
Aged garlic extract for uncontrolled hypertension: A dose-response trial
Traditional Chinese Medicine in the management of female infertility
Respiratory health in pregnancy: The impact of pregnancy on respiratory impedance using the Impulse Oscillometry System (IOS).
Acceptability and effectiveness of garlic as an adjunct treatment for uncontrolled hypertension. A randomised controlled trial.
Plant-based omega-3 fatty acid supplementation, acceptability and efficacy on bone health: a randomised controlled trial.
Menstrual and emotional health of women with unexplained infertility seeking Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal treatment: an exploratory cohort study
Dietary supplementation and cardiovascular health
Literature review in dietary supplementation and cardiovascular health
2011-12 Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship Student
2011 PHCRED-RDP (Researcher Development Fellow)
2011 Honours student
2011 Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship students
2010 Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship student
2010 PHCRED-RDP (Researcher Development Program) Fellow
2010-2011 PHCRED-RDP Fellow
2007 Masters Medical Science student
2007 Honours student
Peer reviewed journal articles
Vanlint S & Ried K: Efficacy and tolerability of calcium, Vitamin D and a plant-based omega-3 oil for osteopenia: A pilot RCT. Maturitas 2012; 71, 44-48; (EPub 9 Nov 2011).
Ried K & Stuart K: Efficacy of Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine in the management of female infertility: A systematic review. Compl Ther Med 2011; 19 (6), 319-331 (Epub 5 Oct 11).
Alfred A & Ried K: Traditional Chinese Medicine: Women's experiences in the treatment of infertility. Aust Fam Physician 2011; 40 (9), 718-722.
Ried K: Garlic, chocolate or tomatoes for (pre-)hypertension? J Hyperton 2011; 15 (3), 7-10.
Ried K, Fakler P: Protective effect of lycopene on serum cholesterol and blood pressure: meta-analyses of intervention trials. Maturitas 2011; 68, 299-310; (Epub 14Dec 2010).
Ried K, Sullivan TR, Fakler P, Frank OR, Stocks NP: Effect of chocolate on blood pressure (Protocol). The Cochrane Library 2011, Issue 1.
Ried K, Stocks N, Frank O: Chocolate dose may be too much. BMJ 2010; 341:c4176.
Ried K, Frank O, Stocks N: Aged garlic extract lowers blood pressure in patients with uncontrolled hypertension: a randomised controlled trial. Maturitas 2010; 67, 144-150; (Epub 29 June).
Ried K, Sullivan T, Fakler P, Frank O, Stocks N: Does chocolate reduce blood pressure? A meta-analysis. BMC Medicine 2010; 8:39.
Ried K, Frank OR, Stocks NP: Dark chocolate or tomato extract for prehypertension: a randomised controlled trial. BMC Complement Altern Med 2009; 9:22.
Ried K, Frank OR, Stocks NP, Fakler P, Sullivan T: Effect of garlic on blood pressure: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Cardiovasc Dis 2008; 8:13
Ried K, Montgomery BD, Stocks NP, Farmer EA: General practice research training: impact of the Australian Registrar Workshop on research skills, confidence, interest and involvement of participants, 2002-06. Fam Pract 2008; 25: 119-126
Ried K, Farmer EA, Weston KM: Bursaries, writing grants and fellowships: a strategy to develop capacity in primary health care. BMC Family Practice 2007; 8:19
Neill J, Belan I, Ried K: Effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions on fatigue in adults with multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, or systemic lupus erythematosus; a systematic review. J Adv Nursing 2006; 56(6): 617-635
Ried K: Interpreting and understanding meta-analysis graphs. A practical guide. Aust Fam Phys 2006; 35 (8): 635-637
Ried K, Farmer EA, Weston KM: Setting directions for research capacity building in primary health care: a survey of a research network. BMC Family Practice 2006; 7:8.
Finnis M, Dayan S, Hobson L, Chenevix-Trench G, Friend K, Ried K, Venter D, Woollatt E, Baker E, Richard RI: Common chromosomal fragile site FRA16D mutation in cancer cells. Hum Mol Genetics 2005; 14 (10), 1341-1349
Makrides M, Gibson RA, Udell T, Ried K & the International LCPUFA Investigators: Supplementation of infant formula with long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids does not influence the growth of term infants; a meta-analysis. Am J Clinical Nutrition 2005; 81, 1094-1101
Ried K & Fuller J: Building a culture of research dissemination in primary health care: the South Australian experience of supporting the novice researcher. Aust Health Review 2005; 29 (10), 6-11
Ried K: Gastrointestinal Health: The role of pro- and prebiotics in standard foods. Aust Fam Phys 2004; 33 (4), 253-255
Cameron S, Ried K, Worsley A, Topping D: Consumption of foods by young children with diagnosed Campylobacter infection: A pilot case control study. Public Health Nutrition 2004; 7(1), 85-89
Ried K, Finnis M, Hobson L, Mangelsdorf M, Dayan S, Nancarrow J, Woollatt E, Kremmidiotis G, Gardner A, Venter D, Baker E, Richards RI: Common fragile site FRA16D: identification of the FOR gene spanning FRA16D and homozygous deletions and translocations breakpoints in cancer cell. Human Molecular Genetics 2000; 9 (11), 1651-1663
Mangelsdorf M, Ried K, Woollatt E (equal contribution), Dayan S, Eyre H, Finnis M, Hobson L, Nancarrow J, Venter D, Baker E, Richards RI: Chromosomal fragile site FRA16D and DNA instability in cancer. Cancer Research 2000; 60, 1683-1689
Ried K et al.: Gene duplications as a recurrent theme in the evolution of the pseudoautosomal region 1: isolation of the gene ASMTL. Human Molecular Genetics 1998; 7, 1771-1778
Klein S, Zenvirth D, Sherman A, Ried K, Rappold G, Simchen G: Double-strand breaks on YACs during meiosis reflect meiotic recombination in the human genome. Nature Genetics 1996; 13, 481-484
Ried K et al.: Characterization of a YAC contig spanning the pseudoautosomal region. Genomics 1995; 29, 787-792
Selected conference presentations
2011 AACMA Conference, Perth, May 11
2011 Nutrition in Medicine Conference, Sydney, May11
2011 Internation Prehypertension & Cardiometabolic Syndrome Conference, Vienna, Austria, Feb 11
2010 Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA) conference, Coolum, Sept 10
2010 AACMAC conference, Adelaide, May 2010
2009 AIMA conference, Melbourne, Oct 09
2008 Inaugural Cardiovascular Research Forum South Australia, Adelaide, Dec 08
2008 RACGP Conference, Melbourne, Oct 08
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