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Jennifer A. Emond, MS, PhD

Title(s)
Associate Professor of Biomedical Data Science
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Assistant Dean of Health Sciences Masters Program

Additional Titles/Positions/Affiliations
Chair, Evidence-Based Behavioral Medicine (EBBM) SIG of the Society for Behavioral Medicine
Senior Editorial Board Member, BMC Public Health

Department(s)
Biomedical Data Science
Pediatrics

Education
Ph.D., Public Health, Health Behavior Track
University of California San Diego/San Diego State University (Joint Doctoral Program)

M.Sc., Mathematics, Statistics Track
University of Massachusetts, Lowell

B.A., Epidemiology
Biology (Minor)
Bachelor’s Degree with Individual Concentration (BDIC) Program
University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Programs
C. Everett Koop Institute at Dartmouth
Hood Center for Children and Families
Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice

Curriculum Vitae
Emond_J_CV_2024-02-14.pdf

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Contact Information

Office: 1-603-646-5709
Email: Jennifer.A.Emond@Dartmouth.edu


Professional Interests

Childhood obesity prevention, food marketing, screen media use, health behavior research, accelerometry

Grant Information

Characterizing the relationships of genetic risk and parental coercive feeding practices with appetitive traits and adiposity gain across early life.
5/1/2024-2/28/2029
R01DK136698 (NIDDK)
Role: multi-PI
Goal: To disentangle the longitudinal associations between genetic obesity risk factors, parental feeding practices, child obesogenic appetitive traits and adiposity gain during the preschool years. Through repeated measurements from 2.5 through 5 years of age, this research will advance our understanding of the etiology of child obesity to guide future targeted obesity prevention efforts.

Prospective impact of media use on sleep and obesity risk in preschoolers
9/01/2018-6/30/2024 (NCE)
K01DK117971 / NIDDK
Role: PI
Goal: To assess the associations between household chaos, media use, sleep and eating behaviors in a prospective cohort of preschool-aged children.

Calibrating and validating accelerometry for use across early childhood (6-24 months)
12/30/2021-12/29/2023
R03DK131154 /NIDDK
Role: PI
Goal: To develop algorithms to classify physical activity intensity among infants and toddlers using a wearable accelerometer and IMU.

Courses Taught

Current:
QBS 119: Foundations of Applied Biostatistics
QBS 185.5 & QBS 185: Health Data Science Capstone Experience. Dartmouth's Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (Graduate).

Past:
BIOL 29: Biostatistics. Biology Department, Dartmouth College (Undergraduate/Graduate).
PH216: Applied Epidemiology. The Dartmouth Institute’s (TDI) at Dartmouth College online MPH program (Graduate).
QBS 270: Epidemiology Seminar. Dartmouth's Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (Graduate).
QBS 271: Epidemiology Seminar. Dartmouth's Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (Graduate).
MDED.118: Patients and Populations. Small Group Leader for weekly biostatistics review (Medical School).

Mentoring Information

Dartmouth's Women in Science Program (WISP)
Quantitative Biological Sciences


Selected Publications

 

Association of Food Desert Residence and 5-Year Mortality in Lung Cancer Patients Undergoing Resection.
Fay KA, Finley DJ, Hasson RM, Millington TM, Emond JA, Shirai K, Phillips JD
J Surg Res. 2024 Jun 5;300:345-351. doi: 10.1016/j.jss.2024.05.017. Epub 2024 Jun 5.
PMID: 38843721

Association of diet with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in plasma and human milk in the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study.
Wang Y, Gui J, Howe CG, Emond JA, Criswell RL, Gallagher LG, Huset CA, Peterson LA, Botelho JC, Calafat AM, Christensen B, Karagas MR, Romano ME
Sci Total Environ. 2024 Jul 10;933:173157. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2024.173157. Epub 2024 May 11.
PMID: 38740209

The associations between attentional bias to food cues, parent-report appetitive traits, and concurrent adiposity among adolescents.
Brand J, Yeum D, Stewart T, Emond JA, Gilbert-Diamond D
Eat Behav. 2024 Apr;53:101874. doi: 10.1016/j.eatbeh.2024.101874. Epub 2024 Apr 4.
PMID: 38636439

Children's Perception of Food Marketing Across Digital Media Platforms.
Carroll JE, Emond JA, Griffin LL, Bertone-Johnson ER, VanKim NA, Sturgeon SR
AJPM Focus. 2024 Jun;3(3):100205. doi: 10.1016/j.focus.2024.100205. Epub 2024 Feb 11.
PMID: 38560403

Associations between sleep and appetitive traits in higher-income preschoolers: A six-month study.
Zhang Z, Carlson D, Gilbert-Diamond D, Emond JA
Appetite. 2024 May 1;196:107254. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2024.107254. Epub 2024 Feb 10.
PMID: 38346496

Factors Correlated With Ultra-Processed Food (UPF) Intake in Preschool-Aged Children and Association With Weight.
Carroll JE, Sturgeon SR, Bertone-Johnson E, VanKim N, Longacre MR, Dalton MA, Emond JA
J Nutr Educ Behav. 2024 Apr;56(4):196-208. doi: 10.1016/j.jneb.2023.12.008. Epub 2024 Feb 9.
PMID: 38340130

What Is Food Noise? A Conceptual Model of Food Cue Reactivity.
Hayashi D, Edwards C, Emond JA, Gilbert-Diamond D, Butt M, Rigby A, Masterson TD
Nutrients. 2023 Nov 17;15(22) doi: 10.3390/nu15224809. Epub 2023 Nov 17.
PMID: 38004203

Elucidating pathways to pediatric obesity: a study evaluating obesity polygenic risk scores related to appetitive traits in children.
Renier TJ, Yeum D, Emond JA, Lansigan RK, Ballarino GA, Carlson DD, Loos RJF, Gilbert-Diamond D
Int J Obes (Lond). 2024 Jan;48(1):71-77. doi: 10.1038/s41366-023-01385-3. Epub 2023 Sep 22.
PMID: 37736781

Equivalent efficacy of indoor daylight and lamp-based 5-aminolevulinic acid photodynamic therapy for treatment of actinic keratosis.
Ruiz AJ, LaRochelle EPM, Fahrner MP, Emond JA, Samkoe KS, Pogue BW, Chapman MS
Skin Health Dis. 2023 Aug;3(4):e226. doi: 10.1002/ski2.226. Epub 2023 Mar 31.
PMID: 37538332

Novel integration of governmental data sources using machine learning to identify super-utilization among U.S. counties.
Ricket IM, Matheny ME, MacKenzie TA, Emond JA, Ailawadi KL, Brown JR
Intell Based Med. 2023;7 pii: 100093. doi: 10.1016/j.ibmed.2023.100093. Epub 2023 Jan 21.
PMID: 37476591

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