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Dr William Cheung

Assistant Professor

Department: Applied Sciences

William Cheung

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Use of remote sensing to assess vegetative stress as a proxy for soil contamination, Dean, J., Ahmed, S., Cheung, W., Salaudeen, I., Reynolds, M., Bowerbank, S., Nicholson, C., Perry, J. 1 Jan 2024, In: Environmental Sciences: Processes and Impacts
  • Chronic supplementation of a multi-ingredient herbal supplement increases speed of cognitive task performance alongside changes in the urinary metabolism of dopamine and the gut microbiome in cognitively intact older adults experiencing subjective memory decline: a randomized, placebo controlled, parallel groups investigation, Wightman, E., Khan, J., Smith, E., Rolfe, V., Smith, D., Young, G., Cheung, W., Kennedy, D. 10 Oct 2023, In: Frontiers in Nutrition
  • Fungal β-glucan-facilitated cross-feeding activities between Bacteroides and Bifidobacterium species, Fernández Juliá, P., Black, G., Cheung, W., Van Sinderen, D., Munoz-Munoz, J. 30 May 2023, In: Communications Biology
  • In Search of Complementary Extraction Methods for Comprehensive Coverage of the Escherichia coli Metabolome, Gould, H., Cheung, W., Finnigan, J., Muñoz-Muñoz, J., Charnock, S., Black, G. 14 Sep 2023, In: Metabolites
  • Novel Iron Chelator SK4 Drives Cytotoxicity through Inhibiting Mitochondrial Metabolism in Ovarian and Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cell Lines, Abdelaal, G., Carter, A., Cheung, W., Panayiotidis, M., Racey, S., Tétard, D., Veuger, S. 24 Jul 2023, In: Biomedicines
  • Nutritional Modulation of Sleep Latency, Duration, and Efficiency: A Randomised, Repeated-Measures, Double-Blind Deception Study, Langan-Evans, C., Hearris, M., Gallagher, C., Long, S., Thomas, C., Moss, A., Cheung, W., Howatson, G., Morton, J. 1 Feb 2023, In: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (MSSE)
  • Substituting meat for mycoprotein reduces genotoxicity and increases the abundance of beneficial microbes in the gut: Mycomeat, a randomised crossover control trial, Farsi, D., Gallegos, J., Koutsidis, G., Finnigan, T., Cheung, W., Muñoz-Muñoz, J., Commane, D. 1 Apr 2023, In: European Journal of Nutrition
  • The core phageome and its interrelationship with preterm human milk lipids, Yew, W., Young, G., Nelson, A., Cheung, W., Stewart, C., Bridge, S., Granger, C., Berrington, J., Embleton, N., Smith, D. 28 Nov 2023, In: Cell Reports
  • The effects of substituting red and processed meat for mycoprotein on biomarkers of cardiovascular risk in healthy volunteers: an analysis of secondary endpoints from Mycomeat, Farsi, D., Lara Gallegos, J., Finnigan, T., Cheung, W., Muñoz-Muñoz, J., Commane, D. 1 Dec 2023, In: European Journal of Nutrition
  • Polyphenol-rich tart cherries (Prunus Cerasus, cv Montmorency) improve sustained attention, feelings of alertness and mental fatigue and influence the plasma metabolome in middle-aged adults: a randomised, placebo-controlled trial, Kimble, R., Keane, K., Lodge, J., Cheung, W., Haskell-Ramsay, C., Howatson, G. 28 Dec 2022, In: British Journal of Nutrition

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