Jennifer A. Emond, PHD
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Data Science
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Biomedical Data Science
Ph.D., Public Health, Health Behavior Track
University of California San Diego/San Diego State University (Joint Doctoral Program)
M.S., Mathematics, Statistics Option
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Bachelorís Degree with Individual Concentration (BDIC) Program
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Environmental influences (structural and media) on dietary behaviors.
Influence of early-life exposures related to dietary intake and physical activity and lifetime risk for cancer.
Associations between dietary intake, metabolism and tumor growth.
Randomized Exposure to Food Advertisements and Eating in the Absence of Hunger Among Preschoolers.
Television food advertisement exposure and FTO rs9939609 genotype in relation to excess consumption in children.
An FTO Gene Variant Moderates the Association between Parental Restriction and Child BMI.
Relation between in Utero Arsenic Exposure and Birth Outcomes in a Cohort of Mothers and Their Newborns from New Hampshire.
Children's Food and Beverage Promotion on Television to Parents.
Commercial Television Exposure, Fast Food Toy Collecting, and Family Visits to Fast Food Restaurants among Families Living in Rural Communities.
Perceived Neighborhood Environmental Attributes Associated with Walking and Cycling for Transport among Adult Residents of 17 Cities in 12 Countries: The IPEN Study.
Patterns of energy drink advertising over US television networks.
Children's recall of fast food television advertising-testing the adequacy of food marketing regulation.
Understanding eating in the absence of hunger among young children: a systematic review of existing studies.