Rudolph is the course leader for Medical Science BSc (Hons) at Anglia Ruskin University.
Rudolph's research career reflects consistent high
in South Africa
Rudolph is the first or co-author of 114 publications and has an H-index of 24.
Rudolph’s research interests in the field of cardiovascular physiology and epidemiology is varied and addresses various hotly debated topics involving the use of urinary albumin excretion as a marker of cardiovascular damage and its prognostic significance in cardiovascular disease; blood pressure variability and its clinical applicability in cardiovascular risk stratification; leptin and its effects on the cardiovascular system; and even environmental cadmium pollution and its effects on the cardiovascular- and skeletal system. His research also involved oxidative stress and its involvement in cardiovascular disease and his current research question focusses on and related
Rudolph’s experience compliments his role as an educator and mentor. He has been or is currently the first or second supervisor of 11 MSc and 7 data PhD students, with the students actively publishing their work in high-ranking journals such as Journal of Hypertension, impact factor, 4.84 International Journal of Cardiology (impact factor, 3.23); Hypertension Research (impact factor, 3.87), Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease (impact factor, 4.22), and Plos One (impact factor, 3.2).
Schu tte , R . , Smith , L . , Wannamethee , G. , 2021. Alcohol – the myth of cardiovascular protection. Clinical Nutrition , I n Press .
Microbiology Research,, S.R., Schutte, R., Hobson, A.R., 2021. Oral Iron Supplementation—Gastrointestinal Side Effects and the Impact on the Gut Microbiota. Bloor 12, pp491-502.
Zhang, J., Hayden, K., Jackson, R., Schutte, R, 2021. Association of red and processed meat consumption with cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in participants with and without obesity: A prospective cohort study. Clinical Nutrition, 40,pp3643-3649.
Ricci, C., Leitzmann, M.F., Freisling, H., Schutte, A.E., Schutte, R., Kruger, S.H., Smuts, C.M., Pieters, M, 2020. Diet and sedentary behaviour in relation to mortality in US adults with a cardiovascular condition. Results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey linked to the US mortality registry. British Journal of Nutrition, 124, pp 1329-1337.
Schutte, R., Papageorgiou, M., Najlah, M., Huisman, H.W., Ricci, C., Zhang, J., Milner, N., Schutte, A.E., 2020. Drink types unmask the health risks associated with alcohol intake – prospective evidence from the general population. Clinical Nutrition,39, pp 3168-3174.
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,, C., Schutte, A.E., Schutte, R., Smuts, C.M., Pieters, M, 2020. Trends in alcohol consumption in relation to cause-specific and all-cause mortality in the US: A report from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey linked to the U.S. mortality registry. Ricci 111, pp 580-589.
Schutte, R., Huisman, H.W., Mels, C.M.C, Botha, S., Kruger, R., Smith, W., Kruger, I.M., Hawkins, M., Smith, L., Breet, L., Schutte, A.E, 2019. Iron loading, alcohol and mortality: a prospective study. Clinical Nutrition,38, pp 1262-1268.
Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle,, M., Sathyapalan, T., Schutte, R., 2018. Sarcopenia measures and incident osteoporosis in 149,166 postmenopausal women.Papageorgiou10, pp 131-139.
Schutte, R., Whincup, P.H., Papacosta, O., Ramsay, S.E., Lennon, L.T., Macfarlane, P.W., Wannamethee, G., 2017. Liver enzymes are not directly involved in atrial fibrillation: a prospective cohort study. European Journal of Clinical Investigation, 47, pp 583-590.
The paper above (Schutte, R., Huisman, H.W., Mels, C.M.C, Botha, S., Kruger, R., Smith, W., Kruger, I.M., Hawkins, M., Smith, L., Breet, L., Schutte, A.E, 2019. Iron loading, alcohol and mortality: a prospective study. Clinical Nutrition, 38, pp 1262-1268) received media attention and published by 22 media outlets, got example MailOnline (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5946921/Heavy-drinking-leads-deadly-heart-attacks-causing-toxic-iron-build-body.html)