Tim Green

Professor, PhD, MSc, BSc

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1994 …2024

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Tim Green is a SAHMRI Women and Kids Theme Faculty member and a Professor, College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Flinders University.

Previously he was a Principal Nutritionist at SAHMRI Women and Kids (2016-2023) and prior to that a Professor of Human Nutrition at the University of British Columbia and a Scientist at BC’s Child & Family Research Institute.  Within the past five years, Tim has had funding from the Women's and Children's Research Foundation, Australian Eggs, Nutrition International, the Channel 7 Children's Research Foundation, NHMRC and MRFF. 

His research focuses on micronutrients in pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, lactation, and early life (first 1000 days) with studies conducted in Canada, NZ, Asia and Africa. His group seeks to: identify micronutrient deficiencies through nutrition surveys; better define micronutrient requirements and pregnancy outcomes in these groups through RCTs; and develop sustainable strategies to improve micronutrient status.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Guelph

1 Sept 199331 Aug 1997

Award Date: 16 Oct 1997

Masters, University of Saskatchewan

3 Sept 199130 Aug 1993

Award Date: 13 Oct 1993

Bachelor's Degree, Acadia University

9 Sept 198528 Apr 1989

Award Date: 6 May 1989

External positions

Professor, University of British Columbia

1 Jun 201431 Dec 2015

Associate Professor, University of British Columbia

1 Jan 20081 Dec 2015

Senior Lecturer, University of Otago

1 Jan 200331 Dec 1997

Lecturer, University of Otago

1 Sept 199931 Dec 2002


  • Nutrition
  • micronutrients
  • Pregnancy
  • early life
  • lactation

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