Erin Noye Tuplin

Postdoctoral Scholar

Faculty of Kinesiology

PhD - Neuroscience

Carleton University

BSc

University of Prince Edward Island

Contact information

Location

Kinesiology : KNB424

Research and teaching

Nutrition and Effects of Dietary Fibre

  • Gut Microbiota
  • Metabolism
  • Gut-brain Axis

Research interests

Noye Tuplin's doctoral work focuses on the effects of palatable foods (chocolate, sugar) on brain reward systems and food-seeking behavior. Her current work investigates the beneficial effects of different dietary fibers on the gut microbiota and metabolic disturbances, such as those seen in individuals with diabetes.  She is also interested in exploring the beneficial effects of dietary fibers on the gut-brain axis.

 

Supervisor

Dr. Raylene Reimer De Bruyn, PhD