Laura Miller

Laura Miller (nee Hindle)

Specialist dietitian in Haematology and Gastroenterology

Masters in Biology with Bath University – specialising in microbiology. As part of this did I completed a years research at the Centre for International Child Health (CICH), UCL. Where I was involved in lab work for two projects – micronutrient supplementation in HIV infected women Lusaka, Zambia and micronutrient supplementation in pregnant women in Janakpur, Nepal. Did a postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics at Chester. Worked as a dietitian in Heartlands foundation trust and Ipswich Hospital working as a rotational dietitian in all areas except paediatrics. Moved to Nottingham Oct 11 to specialise in haematology and gastroenterology.

9 G.C.S.E and A-Levels (biology, chemistry and maths)
Masters in Biology
PgDp Dietetics

Research interests

Haematology and Gastroenterology/thoracics

Methodological knowledge/areas of clinical expertise

Nutrition in above specialist areas


Hindle LJ, Gitau R, Filteau SM, Newens KJ, Osrin D, Costello AM, Tomkins AM, Vaidya A, Mahato RK, Yadav B, Manandhar DS. (2006). Effect of multiple micronutrient supplementation during pregnancy on inflammatory markers in Nepalese women. Am J Clin Nutr., Nov;84(5):1086-92.

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