Mahsa Jalili

Mahsa Jalili

Assistant Professor

Mahsa Jalili is a dedicated researcher in nutrition sciences at the University of Copenhagen. With a  background in molecular biology and clinical investigation techniques, Mahsa has made contributions to the fields of clinical nutrition, immunology, and nutritional biochemistry. Her work spans a range of disciplines, reflecting her diverse expertise and commitment to advancing our understanding of various biological processes in nutrition. Through her research endeavors, Mahsa has developed a profound interest in areas such as nutrition, pathophysiology, immunology, and metabolism.


Klinisk ernæring

Nutrition-related diseases

Advanced Nutrition Physiology and Metabolism

Clinical Nutrition and Pathophysiology

Current research

Anti-inflammatory role of white turmeric in osteoarthritis

The association between intake of fruit and veg and the risk of chronic bronchitis in the large twin study

The correlation between handgrip strength, physical activity, and lung capacity and lung function

Selected publications

  1. Differential effects of dietary supplementation of krill meal, soybean meal, butyrate, and Bactocell® on the gene expression of atlantic salmon head kidney

    Jalili, Mahsa, Gerdol, M., Greco, S., Pallavicini, A., Buonocore, F., Scapigliati, G., Picchietti, S., Esteban, M. A., Rye, M. & Bones, A., 2020, In: International Journal of Molecular Sciences (CD-ROM). 21, 3, 19 p., 886.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

  2. Dietary ω-3 fatty acids and their influence on inflammation via Toll-like receptor pathways

    Jalili, Mahsa & Hekmatdoost, A., 2021, In: Nutrition. 85, 10 p., 111070.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReviewResearchpeer-review

  3. Dietary fatty acid source has little effect on the development of the immune system in the pyloric caeca of Atlantic salmon fry

    Jalili, Mahsa, Jin, Y., Bones, A. M., Olsen, Y., Vadstein, O., Østensen, M. A., Buonocore, F., Gerdol, M., Pallavicini, A. & Scapigliati, G., 2019, In: Scientific Reports. 9, 27.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

  4. Soy isoflavones and cholecalciferol reduce inflammation, and gut permeability, without any effect on antioxidant capacity in irritable bowel syndrome: A randomized clinical trial

    Jalili, Mahsa, Vahedi, H., Poustchi, H. & Hekmatdoost, A., 2019, In: Clinical Nutrition ESPEN. 34, p. 50-54 5 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

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