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Ali Ali Redha

PhD Student

 Haighton 27

 

University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Ali Ali Redha is a PhD student at the QUEX Institute (The University of Queensland and the University of Exeter) under the supervision of Dr Luciana Torquati (UoE), Prof Mike Gidley (UQ), Prof Geoff Nash (UoE), and Dr Daniel Cozzolino (UQ). 

His PhD project focuses on improving the bioavailability of health-promoting bioactive compounds present in vegetables. It involves developing green analytical techniques for quick determination of bioactive compounds using infrared spectroscopy that could be used in the food industry to monitor and optimise different post-harvest treatments to ensure conserving the highest amount of bioactive compounds. The project also involves applying encapsulation methods to protect sensitive bioactive compounds to improve their bioaccessibility and bioavailability. 

Qualifications

MSc in Analytical Chemistry (Distinction) - Loughborough University, 2019

BSc in Chemistry - University of Bahrain, 2018

Research

Research interests

  • Primary research field - Natural bioactive compounds: their extraction, quanitification, bioaccessibility, bioavailablity, and bioactivity. 
  • Secondary research field - Dairy bioactive peptides: bioaccessibility, and bioactivity.

Publications

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Journal articles

Siddiqui SA, Ali Redha A, Snoeck ER, Singh S, Simal-Gandara J, Ibrahim SA, Jafari SM (2022). Anti-Depressant Properties of Crocin Molecules in Saffron. Molecules, 27(7), 2076-2076. Abstract.  Full text.

Publications by year


2022

Siddiqui SA, Ali Redha A, Snoeck ER, Singh S, Simal-Gandara J, Ibrahim SA, Jafari SM (2022). Anti-Depressant Properties of Crocin Molecules in Saffron. Molecules, 27(7), 2076-2076. Abstract.  Full text.

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