|Mohammed K. Ali
||Diabetes, Global Health and Cardiovascular Disease.
|Jessica A. Alvarez
||Clinical nutrition, metabolism, chronic disease
||Fatty liver; cholesterol; obesity
|George Richard Beck
||Cellular response to changes in inorganic phosphate and how these changes alter disease progression, with a focus on cancer and bone metabolism.
||Understanding the etiology and primary prevention of colon and prostate cancer.
|Lou Ann S. Brown
||Impact of chronic oxidative stress (adult and fetal) on pulmonary cellular phenotype and function.
|Peter J. Brown
||Cultural factors in obesity and physical activity; global health
|Solveig A. Cunningham
||Child and adolescent health; unhealthy weight; obesity; social contexts
|Veronika ("Nika") Fedirko
||Molecular biomarkers of carcinogenesis, including genetic and metabolic biomarkers; colon and liver cancer etiology and survival; diet and nutrition in primary prevention of cancer
|Janet E. Fulton
||Epidemiology of physical activity and chronic diseases.
|Amy Webb Girard
||Maternal and child health in resource poor settings, specifically in the areas of infant and young child feeding.
||The roles of diet, inflammation and oxidative stress as determinants of cancer risk and prognosis.
|Diane Marie Harris
||Implementation of public health strategies to create healthy food environments, particularly those that promote fruit and vegetable intake for children.
|Terryl J. Hartman
||The role of nutirtion in the etiology and prevention of chronic diseases, especially cancer.
|Dean P. Jones
||Diet and cancer; antioxidants and aging.
|Elena Victorovna Kuklina
||a) Reduction and control of abnormal lipid levels in the U.S. population; b) The national saly reduction initiative; and c) Surveillance of cardiovascular disease and pregnancy complications.
||Human growth and development, nutrition and eating disorders
||Reproductive epidemiology; environmental and occupational epidemiology;
|Marjorie L. McCullough
||Diet and cancer prevention, primarily gastrointestinal cancers; diet assessment methods.
||Sphingolipids; mass spectrometry
|Heidi L. Michels-Blanck
||Weight control practices; fruit and vegetable consumption; hemochromatosis.
|KM Venkat M Narayan
||Diabetes and noncommunicable diseases epidemilogy, prevention, and public health, and global health policy.
||My research interests are in two main areas: food-based approaches to address malnutrition, and infant and young child nutrition.
|Cria Gregory Perrine
||Nutritional epidemiology; global health; maternal, infant and young child nutrition; malnutrition; diet quality; obesity and cardio-metabolic disease.
|Lawrence S. Phillips
||Proteomics; insulin secretion and sensitivity; epidemiology; medical economics; improvement of health care; detecting diabetes pathophysiology early.
||The economics of physical activity and health including costs of inactivity and cost effectiveness of physical activity interventions.
|S. Russ Price
||Signaling pathways that regulate skeletal muscle mass during chronic illnesses like diabetes and renal failure.
||Maternal and child nutrition, micronutrient malnutrition, nutrition assessment.
|Mary K. Serdula
||Surveillance of weight control practices and dietary intake; abbreviated methods for assessing dietary intake; health effects of alcohol.
|Andrea J. Sharma
||The long-term consequences of nutritional exposures early in life.
||Diabetes/chronic disease, global ehalth, food and agricultural policy
|Rani H. Singh
||Clinical nutrition in the area of inborn errors of metabolism.
|Aryeh D. Stein
||Methods in dietary assessment; childhood and prenatal influences on chronic disease risk; cardiovascular disease epidemiology.
|Victoria L. Stevens
||Cancer prevention, molecular epidemiology, obesity
|Parminder S. Suchdev
||Micronutrient interventions, in particular home fortification of complementary foods; iron and anemia; global health education.
||Vitamin D nutrition in chronic kidney disease, cystic fibrosis and infectious diseases.
|Paige E. Tolbert
||Environmental epidemiology; air pollution health effects.
||Cardiovascular disease epidemiology.
|Miriam B. Vos
||Our studies investigate the role of nutrition in the development and treatment of pediatric nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and childhood obesity.
|Mary Beth Weber
||Preventing type 2 diabetes and related cardiometabolic conditions by understanding and modifying factors like diet and physical activity.
|M. Neale Weitzmann
||Physiological and pathological bone turnover mechanisms by which nutritional factors such as vitamin K and vitamin D impact the skeleton.
|Jean Ann Welsh
||The impact of dietary patterns established in childhood on obesity and chronic disease risk; community and health care strategies to reduce risk.
|Mark E. Wilson
||Neurobiology of puberty; regulation of appetite and risk for obesity; adverse consequences of social stress.
|Carol M. Worthman
||Community preventive health.
||Global health; maternal and child health; nutrition
||Role of lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) signaling in colon cancer and inflammatory bowel disease; cellular signaling regulating Na/H exchangers.
|Thomas R. Ziegler
||Clinical, metabolic and molecular effects of specialized parenteral and enteral nutrition in catabolic states.