Lee-anne Chapple

Lee-anne Chapple

Adelaide Medical School

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


Dr Lee-anne Chapple.
Lee-anne Chapple is a clinical dietitian with experience in clinical dietetics, tertiary-education, and research. She was awarded her PhD in July 2017, which explored nutritional intake and muscle wasting in patients admitted to intensive care with a traumatic brain injury.

Lee-anne is currently a post-doctoral fellow with the RAH ICU Research team where she is interested in developing strategies to better feed critically ill patients to prevent muscle wasting and improve their long-term functional outcomes and quality of life.

Skills and expertise:
Nutrition, Human Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition. Body Composition, Dietetics, Traumatic Brain Injury, Anthropometry.

Samm D, Chapple L, Crane R, Proudman S, McWilliams L. 2022. Title: ViEws of Nutrition in patients with Scleroderma and their treating Physicians: The VENUS Study. Acraman Bequest - RAH Allied Health Research Grant. Value: $5000

 

Chapple LS, Deane A, Viner-Smith E, Young P, O’Connor S, Peake S, Chapman M, Bellomo R. 2022-2023. Title: TARGET Protein: The effect of augmented enteral protein administered to critically ill adults on clinical outcomes. Intensive Care Foundation. Value: $100,000

 

Deane A, Chapman M, Peake S, Chapple L, Presneill J, Bellomo R, Young P, Ridley E, Karahalios E, Tran-Duy A. 2022-2025. Title: Augmenting dietary protein during critical illness: A cluster cross-sectional double cross-over clinical trial. MRFF Rare Cancers Rare Diseases Unmet Need. Value: $1,992,218

 

Sierp EJ, Chapple LS, Kleinig T, Gardiner E. 2022. Title: The benefits of nasal bridle use in stroke patients: A before and after study. Royal Adelaide Hospital Allied Health, Pharmacy and Nursing Clinical Research Grant. Value: $35,000

 

Chapple LS. 2022. TARGET Protein Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial. Industry sponsored grant, Nutricia Australia. Value: $290,883

 

Chapple L, Jones K, Horowitz M, Viner-Smith E. 2021. Title: Phillips Lumify linear array transducer ultrasound probe and portable tablet. AMS/Biomed Small Equipment Funding Award. Value: $7,800

 

Nadkarni A, Besic N, Micik S, Chapple L, Farquharson M, Reddi B. 2021-2022. Title: Rationalising arterial blood gas sampling in the ICU. South Australian Blood Management Council. Value: $50,000

 

Jones K, Wu T, Rayner C, Marathe C, Chapple L, Horowitz M. 2021. LOGIQ E10 Ultrasound system- Portable 3D ultrasound device and software. University of Adelaide Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Research Infrastructure Funding Award. Value: $130,328

 

Crane R, Chapple L. 2021. Dietitians Association Small Grant. Title: Views of nutrition in patients with scleroderma and their treating physicians: The VENUS study. Value: $5000

 

Kouw IWK, Chapple L, Summers M, Chapman M, Jones K, Horowitz M. 2021. Diabetes Australia. Title: The effect of enteral feeding pattern on glycaemic control and gastrointestinal function in critically ill patients. Value: $49,826

 

Gallagher J, Chapple L, Viner-Smith E, Chapman M, Crane R. 2021. Royal Adelaide Hospital Allied Health Grant. Title: Measuring energy expenditure in long-stay intensive care unit patients (MEELS-ICU). Value: $30,000

 

Perriam A, Kouw I, Chapple L, Heilbronn L, McEwen S, O’Connor S. 2021. Royal Adelaide Hospital Allied Health Grant. Title: Day and night rhythms in critically ill patients. Value: $30,000

 

Kouw I, Chapple L, Chapman M, Horowitz M, Jones K, Summers M. 2020. American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. Title: The effect of enteral feeding pattern on glycemic control and gastrointestinal function in critically ill patients. Value: $US10,000

 

Konstantopoulos P, Chapple L, Yeung D, Corsini N. 2020. Royal Adelaide Hospital Allied Health Grant. Project title: Understanding nutritional requirements in patients undergoing haematological stem cell transplant (SCT) to improve clinical and patient-centred outcomes: A pilot study. Value: $29,699

 

Chapple L, Reddi B, Ridley E, Kemp P, Chapman M. 2019. Intensive Care Foundation, MUSCLE health in response to augmented PROtein delivery in critically ill patients (The MUSCLE-PRO study) Value: $24,494

 

Kurmis R, Gauro J, Vale E, Chapple L, Yandell R, Dowling S, Hill A, Greenwood J. 2019. Allied Health Research Collaboration (SA Health, University of South Australia, The Hospital Research Foundation), Determination of nutritional requirements for severe burn injury patients requiring application of Novosorb Biodegradable Temporising Matrix using indirect calorimetry: A pilot study. Value: $26,000

 

Jones KL, Chapman M, Horowitz M, Chapple L, Marathe C. 2018. University of Adelaide, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (2018 Research Infrastructure Funding Award) - Project title: Digirad/ERGO Portable Gamma Camera for the scintigraphic measurement of gastric emptying in ‘high-risk’ clinical research. Value: $136,784

 

Jones KL, Chapman M, Horowitz M, Chapple L, Marathe C. 2018. The Ian Potter Foundation - Project title: Digirad/ERGO Portable Gamma Camera for the scintigraphic measurement of gastric emptying in ‘high-risk’ clinical research. Value: $200,000

 

Jones KL, Chapman M, Horowitz M, Chapple L, Marathe C. 2018. The Hospital Research Foundation - Project title: Digirad/ERGO Portable Gamma Camera for the scintigraphic measurement of gastric emptying in ‘high-risk’ clinical research. Value: $150,000

 

Chapple L. The Hospital Research Foundation Project Grant, 2019-2020. Value: $240,000

 

Chapple L, Weinel L, Summers M, O’Connor S, Horowitz M, Chapman M. 2018. Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Project Grant, Nutrient regulation in survivors of critical illness. Value: $48,425

 

Sierp E, Chapple L, Yandell R, Kurmis R, Chapman M. 2018. Royal Adelaide Hospital Allied Health Grant, Factors that influence severity and timing of gastrointestinal motility in critically ill burn patients. Value: $26,618

 

Chapple L, Chapman M, Summers M, Jones K, Deane A. 2018. American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. The effect of standard versus energy dense feeds on gastric emptying and glucose metabolism in critically ill patients. Value: $25,000 USD

 

Chapman M, Deane A, Soenen S, van Loon L, Jones K, Chapple L. 2018-2020. National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant (APP1144496), Protein Absorption and Kinetics in Critical Illness. Value: $1,233,268

 

Chapple L, Summers M, Weinel L, Chapman M. 2017 Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Project Grant. Resolution of Elements Influencing Nutritional STatus After criTical illnEss (REINSTATE trial). Value: $49,959 

 

Ridley E, Chapple L, Davies A, Deane A, Hodgson C, Cooper J, Bailey M. 2017. Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Global Scientific Review Council. Intensive nutrition in critically ill adults: A pilot randomised controlled study. Value: $2,400,000

 

Chapman M, Deane A, Soenen S, Chapple L. 2016. The University of Adelaide Investment for Success NHMRC Near Miss Grant: Ultrasound probe for Measurement of muscle thickness. Value: $10,080

 

Chapman M, Deane A, Soenen S, Van Loon L, Jones K, Chapple L, Yandell R, O’Connor S, Horowitz M, Lange K. 2016. Royal Adelaide Hospital NHMRC Near Miss Grant. Protein absorption and kinetics in critical illness. Value: $57,205

 

Chapple L, Summers M, Deane A, Chapman M. 2016. Australasian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN). Long-term effects of critical illness on energy intake, appetite, gastric emptying and appetite-regulating hormones in adult survivors of intensive care unit admission. Value: $20,000

 

Costello L, Chapman M, Deane A. 2015. Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Project Grant Award. Quantification of muscle size and function in response to a randomised nutritional intervention in critically ill patients. Value: $46,198

 

Chapman M, Deane A, Soenen S, Van Loon L, Costello L. 2015. Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Project Grant Award. The effect of protein hydrolysis on the rate and extent of protein absorption and muscle uptake in critically ill patients. Value: $49,560

 

Costello L, Chapman M. 2014. Australasian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN) Small Project Grant. The provision of energy and protein in adults with moderate-severe traumatic brain injury (PEP-TBI). Value: $10,000

 

Chapman M, Costello L. 2014. Neurosurgical Research Foundation grant. The provision of energy and protein after traumatic brain injury (PEP-TBI). Value: $28,150

 


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