Qualifications & Memberships
Professor Ian Shaw is highly regarded as an international expert on food safety and a passionate communicator of science. He has had over 20 years experience in academia, industry and government both in the UK and New Zealand, which includes chairing the UK Pesticide Residues Committee and working as the National Food Safety Programme Manager at the Institute of Environmental Science and Research (ESR), based in Christchurch.
- Lim D. and Shaw IC. (2016) Is there a link between dietary phytoestrogens and reproductive health in men? A meta-analysis of data from the USA and China. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 51(1): 23-29. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ijfs.12931.
- Shaw IC. (2016) Possible toxicity of olive leaf extract in a dietary supplement. New Zealand Medical Journal 129(1432): 86-87.
- Brinsden MJ. and Shaw IC. (2015) Do Molecular Structures of Migraine Drugs Point to a Common Cause of this Elusive Disease and Suggest Future Drug Designs? Pharmaceutical Medicine 29(1): 1-5. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40290-014-0075-1.
- Harris PJ. and Shaw IC. (2015) The Contrasting Medicines Regulatory Environments of China and the Western World. Pharmaceutical Medicine 29(6): 319-322. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40290-015-0117-3.
- Mckitterick N., Podivinsky E. and Shaw IC. (2015) Exposure of cultured Leydig cells to the environmental pollutant, dibutyl phthalate regulates genes in testosterone biosynthesis - an explanation of observed effects in men. Nelson, New Zealand: 2015 Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Australasia Conference (SETAC), 26-28 Aug 2015