Dr Federica Amati is a Research Associate at the WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Education and Training in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health.
She completed her PhD in Clinical Medicine Research and is interested in maternal and early child health, specifically in the 1st 1000 day period, with a focus on modifiable factors in Nutrition to improve health outcomes for maternal & offspring health.
Alongside her post at Imperial College, she is a postgraduate researcher with NNedPro Global Centre for Nutrition, ILSI EU, ZOE Nutrition and private Nutrition clients as an AfN Registered Nutritionist.
Amati F, Hassounah S, Swaka A, 2019, The impact of Mediterranean dietary patterns during pregnancy on maternal and offspring health, Nutrients, Vol:11, ISSN:2072-6643
et al., 2018, Predictors of outcomes for patients with common mental health disorders receiving psychological therapies in community settings: a systematic review, Journal of Public Health, Vol:40, ISSN:1741-3842, Pages:e375-e387
et al., 2016, Improving access and outcomes in community psychological therapies, ISQua 33rd International Conference, Oxford University Press (OUP), Pages:43-43, ISSN:1464-3677