Jennifer A. Emond, MS, PhD
Associate Professor of Biomedical Data Science
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Senior Editorial Board Member,
BMC Public Health
Biomedical Data Science
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
Bachelor’s Degree with Individual Concentration (BDIC) Program
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
C. Everett Koop Institute at Dartmouth
Hood Center for Children and Families
Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Childhood obesity prevention, food marketing, screen media use, health behavior research, accelerometry
Prospective impact of media use on sleep and obesity risk in preschoolers
K01DK117971 / NIDDK
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)
Goal: To develop algorithms to classify physical activity intensity among infants and toddlers using a wearable accelerometer and IMU.
QBS 119: Foundations of Applied Biostatistics
QBS 185.5 & QBS 185: Health Data Science Capstone Experience. Dartmouth's Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (Graduate).
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).
Dartmouth's Women in Science Program (WISP)
Quantitative Biological Sciences
Quantifying differences in packaged food and drink purchases among households with diet-related cardiometabolic multi-morbidity: a cross-sectional analysis.
Suicide and Self-Harm in Youth Presenting to a US Rural Hospital During COVID-19.
Associations between adolescent and young adult External Food Cue Responsiveness (EFCR) and brand recall, product craving and product purchasing in the livestreaming food marketing environment.
Residing in a food desert is associated with an increased risk of readmission following esophagectomy for cancer.
Can diverse population characteristics be leveraged in a machine learning pipeline to predict resource intensive healthcare utilization among hospital service areas?
Prevalence and Predictors of Children's Persistent Screen Time Requests: A National Sample of Parents.
A national evaluation of geographic accessibility and provider availability of obesity medicine diplomates in the United States between 2011 and 2019.
Diet Quality and Survival in a Population-Based Bladder Cancer Study.
Parents' Perceptions of Privacy Policies and Practices for School-Issued Digital Devices: Implications for School Practices.
Associations between daily screen time and sleep in a racially and socioeconomically diverse sample of US infants: a prospective cohort study.