We had the privilege of meeting Elise Nordin to talk about research and organ donation. In the photo, Elise is wearing RECYCLE ME’s T-shirt for organ donation awareness. Thank you, Elise, for participating and sharing your thoughts. Organ donation concerns us all. Your choice matters – together we can save lives!
- Can you tell us something about your research study?
I’m doing a PhD at Chalmers University of Technology at the Department of Biology and Biotechnology where I want to try to develop more personalized nutritional advice with the help of molecular methods. I have conducted a human intervention trial with people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). With the help of biological samples, we are investigating the possibility to get objective markers of the health response to food intake and to be able to predefine a health response.
- Why have you chosen to take part in the RECYCLE ME movement for organ donation?
When I got to hear about RECYCLE ME I felt it was a really good initiative. Awareness about organ donation must increase. Better general knowledge is necessary to help people to make a decision which could save lives. There is a lot of work to do in this area and RECYCLE ME is making a great contribution to awareness and research.
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