Dr Aaron M. Lett is a Research and Teaching Fellow within the Section for Nutrition Research, Imperial College London. He is pathway lead for Diabetes and Obesity, and co-pathway lead for Human Nutrition on the MRes Clinical Research programme, a role he combines with research within the Section for Nutrition Research.
Through a primarily applied in vivo human and evidence synthesis approach, his principal academic interests centre around food structure, gastrointestinal function and metabolic response.
His clinical educational research interests are centred around research skill development and Teaching-Research-Practice Nexus at strategic institutional level, in order to address and anticipate the changing needs and associated requirements of clinical research and practice.
et al., 2021, The Impact of Starchy Food Structure on Post-prandial Glycemic Response and Appetite: A Systematic Review with Meta-analysis of Randomized Crossover Trials, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, ISSN:0002-9165
et al., 2020, Understanding the interplay between food structure, intestinal bacterial fermentation and appetite control, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, Vol:79, ISSN:0029-6651, Pages:514-530
et al., 2020, Transcutaneous fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool for non-invasive monitoring of gut function: first clinical experiences, Scientific Reports, Vol:10, ISSN:2045-2322
et al., 2020, Effects of mycoprotein on glycaemic control and energy intake in humans: a systematic review, British Journal of Nutrition, Vol:123, ISSN:0007-1145, Pages:1321-1332
et al., 2019, GutSelf: interindividual variability in the processing of dietary compounds by the human gastrointestinal tract, Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, Vol:63, ISSN:1613-4125, Pages:1-28