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  • University of East Anglia
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Scientific Reports

Editorial Board

2017 - Present


Associate Editor

2016 - Present

Recent publications

  • Do anthocyanins in purple tomatoes reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?–Retraction

    • Achterfeldt S
    • Traka M
    • Martin C
    • et al.
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  • Polyphenols and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: impact and mechanisms

    • Rodriguez-Ramiro I
    • Vauzour D
    • Minihane A
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Professional experience

Research Fellow

University of East Anglia

April 2011 - Present

Post-Doctoral Fellow

The University of Reading

April 2005 - March 2011(6 years)



Université de Montpellier 1

September 2001 - December 2004(3 years)


Université de Bordeaux 2 - Université Victor Segalen

September 2000 - June 2001(9 months)


Université de Bordeaux 2 - Université Victor Segalen

September 1998 - June 1999(9 months)


Dr David Vauzour received his PhD from the University of Montpellier (France) in 2004 and serves as Senior Research Associate in the Department of Nutrition, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia in Norwich in the UK. His research interest is to develop novel dietary or therapeutic strategies to delay brain ageing, cognitive decline and cardiovascular disease, including stroke and vascular dementia. Initial work carried out by Dr Vauzour has provided further insights into the potential for phytochemicals and their in vivo metabolites to promote human vascular function, decrease (neuro)inflammation, enhance memory, learning and neuro-cognitive performances and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease pathophysiology. This work has led to substantial knowledge of potential mechanisms of action of phytochemicals based on their modulation of intracellular signalling pathways. In particular, his major contribution has been to show that phytochemicals exert such diverse biological effects through their modulation of intracellular signalling pathways (MAP kinase, PI3 kinase/Akt and Keap-1/Nrf2). Dr Vauzour’s recent interests concern the investigation of the aetiological basis of APOE genotype-disease associations, and the impact of this common genotype on responsiveness to dietary changes. To date Dr Vauzour has published 34 manuscripts in peer reviewed journals and 8 book chapters and sits on the Editorial Boards of the international journals “Nutrition and Aging” and “Neuroscience & Medicine”.

Co-authors (215)

  • Mikołaj Choroszyński
  • Paola Hurtado
  • Atanas Atanasov