|Laboratoire AME2P, INRAE||PhD Student||France|
Exploring the role of nutrition in frailty: Evidence and perspectives
I’m Camille Chambonniere and I’m a thesis student (3rd year).
After a license in Science and Technique of Physical and Sports Activities (STAPS) mention Adapted Physical Activity and Health (APAS), I have obtained a Master in Public Health.
I focus on the benefits of prevention at the extreme ages of life.
In the first part, I examined the effects of using a cycling desk at school on executive functions, physical fitness and body composition in primary school children.
In a second part, my research focuses on the aging of the population and the FRAGING program consisted of “detection, evaluation and monitoring of the fragilities of seniors”. This program led to an assessment of frailty with the ICOPE approach in two territories: a rural and semi-urban sanitary basin.