PhD; BNutrDiet; BAppSci (Nutr&Food)
Dr Teasdale is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Postdoctoral Research Fellow with UNSW Sydney and Mindgardens Neuroscience Network. Dr Teasdale focuses on real world effectiveness and implementation research relating to nutrition and lifestyle in the field of severe mental illness. His research program has helped drive a clear role for dietitians in preventing and managing physical health disparities in people living with severe mental illness.
1. Principal Chief Investigator, $40,000. Keeping the Body in Mind – Primary Care: an individualised lifestyle service for people living with severe mental illness in a primary healthcare setting. UNSW Medicine, Neuroscience, Mental Health & Addiction Theme and SPHERE Clinical Academic Group Funding; 2021.
2. Lead, $10,000. Mental Health & Nutrition Course Development Tender. Dietitians Australia; 2021.
3. Chief Investigator, $8,500,000. Mindgardens Neuroscience Network Commonwealth Funded Research. UNSW Sydney; 2021.
4. Named investigator, [$ under embargo]. Indigenous Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Clearinghouse: Connection between food, body and mind [review article]. Australian Institute of Health & Welfare; 2020.
5. Associate Investigator, $40,000. Giving legumes the leg up: Impact of increased legume consumption on metabolic risk factors in people experiencing severe mental illness. UNSW Medicine Neuroscience, Mental Health & Addiction Theme and SPHERE Clinical Academic Group Funding; 2019.
6. Chief Investigator, $40,000. The role of the microbiome and metabolic syndrome in schizophrenia and related psychoses. UNSW Medicine, Neuroscience, Mental Health & Addiction Theme and SPHERE Clinical Academic Group Funding; 2018.