|Carrie P. Earthman||
Dietary intake and nutritional status assessment; multiple dilution, DXA, bioimpedance, and other assessment methods for determination of body composition; doubly-labeled water and indirect calorimetry for the determination of energy expenditure.
|Allen S. Levine||
Dr. Levine’s research focus for the past 35 years has been on the neural regulation of food intake, particularly related to the opioid peptides, oxytocin and Neuropeptide Y. He and his colleagues have published extensively on the brain circuitry involved in the rewarding properties of foods. He has published 300 scientific papers and over 100 review articles, editorials and book reviews. His current career H index is 78 (google scholar). He has received three major awards for his research efforts: one from the American Institute of Nutrition (Mead Johnson Award) one from the American College of Nutrition (Grace A. Goldsmith Award), and one from American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow). He is also a fellow in the Obesity Society and the American Psychological Association.
|Joanne L. Slavin||
Slavin's research group conducts human metabolic, in vitro, and subjective health effects of food intake studies. Interventions include fiber, carbohydrate, protein and whole food studies. A particular interest of her group is the gastrointestinal effects of food intake, including changes in microflora, short chain fatty acids, and other fecal measures.