Swisse collaborates closely with a panel of esteemed scientific advisors in order to remain at the forefront of the latest developments in vitamins and supplements, nutraceuticals and complementary medicine.
The Swisse Scientific Advisory Panel consists of world-class academics, scientists and clinicians. They inform Swisse on specific health affairs as well as emerging and evolving science, new ingredients and opportunities to formulate new products, providing key insights that help shape multivitamin and supplement formula development.
Swisse is committed to certifying the efficacy of our scientific formulations and we are currently putting several of our product portfolio into clinical trials. If you’d like to learn more about our extensive research into vitamins, complementary medicine and nutraceuticals, please visit Our Research.
Members of the Swisse Scientific Advisory Panel:
Professor Avni Sali MBBS, PhD, FRACS, FACS, FACNEM
Often referred to as the ‘founding father’ of integrative medicine in Australia, Professor Sali established the National Institute of Integrative Medicine to further the advancement of Integrative Medicine, which combines the best evidence-based conventional and complementary medicine. His esteemed career encompasses specialist medical practice, research, academia, media and he is an author and international speaker.
Dr. Karin Ried. PhD, MSc, GDPH, Cert Integrative Medicine
Dr Karin Ried is Research Director at the National Institute of Integrative Medicine. Dr Ried has over 15 years’ experience in medical and public health research, as well as research interest in complementary and integrative medicine with a focus on nutritional health. Karin is considered to be a world authority on research related to garlic and chocolate.
Associate Professor Andrew Pipingas. BAppSc(Dist), PhD
Andrew Pipingas is a cognitive neuroscientist involved with investigating brain ageing and the effects of dietary and lifestyle interventions on brain function and health. He is current an Associate Professor, School of Health Sciences, Centre for Human Psychopharmacology at an Australian University.
Mr Ranjit Rao. FRACS (Urol)
Mr Ranjit Rao is a urological surgeon. He has held an interest in Integrative medicine for many years. Though his urological practice is mainstream, he encourages his patients to take control of their lives with proper nutrition, exercise, yoga, meditation and stress management. He is also the author of Meditation and Martini: The Subtle Cocktail of Balance, which teaches ways to achieve balance between work and life; spirituality and material life; and Eastern and Western philosophy.
Dr Peter Eng
Dr Peter Eng is a specialist in nutritional protocols for the prevention and treatment of diseases based on studies published in scientific and medical journals and likewise adjuvant protocols for cancer treatment. Dr Eng utilises specific diagnostics, such as CTC Analysis and the latest imaging techniques, to monitor targeted treatments for cancer patients and as an Early Detection Tool. Dr Eng is also a Consultant to the National Institute of Integrative Medicine.