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CURRICULUM VITAE - Jeanne Freeland-Graves

PERSONAL DATA:

Office Address: Department of Nutritional Sciences
The University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station A2703
Austin, Texas 78712-0144
United States of America
Home Address: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Phone/email: (512) 471-0657/471-5844 (office/fax)
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jfg@mail.utexas.edu
Birth date: XXXXXXXXXXX
Marital Status:  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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EDUCATION:

Degree Institution Date
B.A.
   Major: Biology
   Minor: Chemistry
Georgian Court College
Lakewood, New Jersey
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M.S.
   Major: Nutrition
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, New Jersey
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Ph.D.
   Major: Nutrition
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, New Jersey
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Registered Dietitian American Dietetic Association
Chicago, Illinois

Recertified
1977


2007
 
 
C.H.E. American Association of Family
   and Consumer Sciences
Washington, D.C,

Recertified
1988



1999
 
 
 
Sabbatical
   Molecular Biology
Dr. Steven Clarke
The University of Texas at Austin
1997 – 1998 
Fellow American College of Nutrition 2007

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Employer Position Date
Rutgers University
   Department of Animal Sciences
   Division of Biological Sciences

Research Assistant
Teaching Assistant
   General Biology
   Anatomy of Vertebrate Animals

1971 - 1975
1973 - 1975
     
The University of Texas at Austin
College of Natural Sciences
   Division of Nutrition


Assistant Professor to Professor
Bess Heflin Centennial Professor


1975 - 1991
1991 - 2008
   Department of Nutritional
   Sciences
Bess Heflin Centennial Professor 2008-present
   

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:

The University of Texas at Austin
College of Natural Sciences
      Department of Human Ecology


Associate Chairman
Interim Chairman
Chairman


1988 - 1989
1989 - 1990
1990 - 1993
   The department had 40 faculty, 61 staff, teaching assistants and assistant instructors, 580 students, five undergraduate degrees: Nutrition, Child Development and Family Relationships, Interior Design, Textiles and Apparel, and Home Economics and four graduate degrees: Master's in Nutrition and Child Development and Family Relationships and doctorates in Nutritional Sciences and Child Development and Family Relationships. Four of the five undergraduate degrees and the doctorate in Nutritional Sciences were created under my administration.
   There were six student organizations: The Human Ecology Council, Student Dietetic Association; Child Development Organization, UT Fashion Group, Student Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers and Omnicron Nu.
   The total budget was XXXXXXXXXXXX consisting of: XXXXXXXXXXXX University budget and XXXXXXXXXXXX in endowments.
      Division of Nutritional Sciences Head


Graduate Advisor
1999 - 2002
& 2004 - 2006

1988 - 1989
& 2002 - 2004
      Faculty Womens' Organization Chair
 
1992 - 1993,
1998 - 1999
& 2005 - 2006
Association of Nutrition Departments and Programs (U.S.) Chair, and Conference Organizer 2004 - 2005
International Society of Trace       Element Research President 2007 - present

 

DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE:

Chair, Fundraising, PlanningCommittee of the Joint Meeting of the International Society for Trace Element Research in Humans, Nordic Trace Element Society and the Hellenic Trace Element Society in Crete, Greece, October 2007. See www.isterh.org
     
Development Office, College of Natural Sciences

1993 - 1994
The University of Texas at Austin,
established:
   
The Mary E. Gearing Club
20 members XXXXXXXXXXXX 1990 - 1993
The Patrons
10 members XXXXXXX 1990 - 1993
The Century Club
74 members XXXXXXXXXXX 1990 - 1993
Friends of Human Ecology
153 members XXXXXXXXXX 1990 - 1993
Mary Ellen Durrett Faculty and Student Development Fund
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Rom Rhome Professorship in Nutrition
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Phyllis Richards Development Fund
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Debbie Ann Rock Scholarship in Interior Design
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Human Ecology Auction Scholarship
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The Corpus Collection (Annie Blake Head) (in collaboration with The Development Office)
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Julian Barton Professorship in Human Ecology
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Sonis Wolf Wilson Regents Administrative Professorship in Human Ecology (in collaboration with Dr. Robert Boyer)
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Paul C. Trickett Endowed Presidential Scholarship for Natural Sciences
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Robert E. Boyer Endowed Presidential Scholarship for Natural Sciences
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Texas Exes in Human Ecology Spearheaded alumni phone-a-thon for completion of tile drive for Gearing hall
  1997
Significantly increased: (1989-1993)    
Gordon Clark Bennett Scholarship
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Mary Ellen Durrett Scholarship
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Lorene Rogers Excellence Fund
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Margaret Eppright Development Fund
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Special Activities in Human Ecology
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Texas Exes in Human Ecology Scholarship
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Various Donors
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Produced:    
Department of Human Ecology Newsletter
 6,600 mailing 1990 - 1993
Advisory Councils established:    
Department of Human Ecology Visiting Committee
27 members  
Coordinated Program in Dietetics Advisory Committee
6 members  
Textiles, Apparel and Interior Design Liaison Committee
29 members 1991
Foods and Nutrition Liaison Committee
12 members 1991

 

HONORS:

Charles M Ragus Award, Best Scientific Paper of 2007, American College of Nutrition

President, International Society for Trace Element Research in Humans (2007-present)

Phase 2 Future Practice and Dietetics Education Association Task Force, American Dietetic Association (2006-2008)

Chair, Fundraising Committee, Joint Conference of the International Society for Trace Element Research in Humans, the Hellenic Trace Element Society and the Nordic Trace Element Society In Crete, Greece. (2004-2007)

Advisory Board, Texas Dietetic Association Foundation (2004-2007)

Chair, Association of Nutrition Departments and Programs (USA) (004-2005)

Faculty Curriculum Team, University of Texas Elementary School (2004)

James W. Vick Texas Excellence Award for Academic Advising (2003) The University of Texas at Austin

Advisory Group, University of Connecticut Service-Learning in Community Nutrition Settings (2003- 2004)

Board of Directors, International Society for Trace Element Research in Humans (1995-present)

Board of Directors, Texas Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Division Section Representative, elected (1998-2000)

Expert in Dietary Allowances and Dietary Guidelines in Guide to Expert, 2nd ed., American Society for Clinical Nutrition, 1999-2001

Editorial Board, The Journal of Trace Elements in Experimental Medicine, 1995-2004

Expert in Nutrition (Manganese), American Society for Nutritional Sciences, 1996 - 2004

Expert in Nutrition (Carbohydrates), American Society for Nutritional Sciences, 1996 - 2004

The University of Texas at Austin Experts Guide, 1999-present

Who's Who in the South and Southwest (1995-1996)

Faculty Women’s Organization Steering Committee, Honorary Member, 1991-present

Leadership Texas, The University of Texas at Austin representative (1993)

Who's Who in American Women, 18th Ed. (1993)

Bess Heflin Centennial Professor (1991-present)

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, University of Texas Chapter (1993)

Who's Who in the South and Southwest (1990-1993)

Bess Heflin Centennial Professor (1991-present)

American Society for Clinical Nutrition (Elected 1988)

American Men and Women in Science (1987)

Wheat Industry Council, Media Spokesperson, Southwestern United States (1982-1987)

Katherine Ross Richards Centennial Teaching Fellowship (1985-1986)

American Institute of Nutrition (Elected 1982)

Graduate Research Fellowship, Rutgers University XXXXXXXX

Phi Theta Kappa XXXX

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Molecular, metabolic and psycho-social factors influencing obesity; body composition; determination of trace element requirements and metabolism in humans; food science

 

GRANTS:

2007-2010 National Institutes of Health
1R21HL090467-01
“Validation and Evaluation of a Portable Body Scanner for Determination of Obesity”
Jeanne Freeland-Graves, PI; Bugao Xu, PI
$600,512
2007-2008 National Science Foundation
Co-funding for above grant
$15,000
2007-2008 National Institutes of Health “International Scientific Conference For Trace Elements”
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$15,000
2007-2008 U. S. Department of Agriculture
“Trace Elements in Diet, Nutrition and Health: Essentiality and Toxicity”
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$10,000
2003-2006 Texas Coordinating Board
“Prevention of Obesity in Low-Income Women in Early Postpartum”
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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2000-2005 National Institutes of Health
“Health Promoting Nursing Intervention: Underserved Women”
Lorraine Walker, PI
Jean Freeland-Graves, Cognate faculty
$746,299
2001-2002 Southwest Medical Foundation
“Heritability of Trace Elements (Zinc and Manganese) in Baboons”
Anthony Comuzzie and Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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2001-2002 RGK Foundation.
"The Zavala Healthy Eating Challenge"
Jean Freeland-Graves and Ed Anderson
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2000-2001 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
“Early Prevention of Obesity in Young Children Utilizing Minority Low Income Mothers as Agents of Change”
Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Lorraine Walker
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1999-2003 National Institutes of Health
“Overweight Status After Childbirth”
Lorraine Walker and Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$1,753,51
1999-2004 National Institute of Health
“Center for Health Promotion/ Disease Prevention Research”
Sharon Brown PI
Jean Freeland-Graves, Scientific Advisory Council
$1,566,361
1997-1998 Information Technology Academic Computing.
UT Austin
“Development of a World Wide Webb Home Page for Introductory Nutrition” Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Kimberly Kline
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1996 - 1998

Scott, Sherwood & Brindley Foundation Temple, Texas
“Mid Pregnancy Weight Gain: A Pilot Study”
A. Cooney and L. Walker, Co-PI 

J. Freeland-Graves, consultant

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1995-1996 Nycomed R & D, Inc. Philadelphia, PA
"Determination of Serum Arginase Activity in Hepatic- Impaired and Normal Subjects Participating in the Mangafodipir Trisodium Pharmacokinetics Trial"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1996 Bracco Diagnostics
“Evaluation of Pharmacokinetic Data in the Phase I LumenHance® Study"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1994-1995 Bracco Diagnostics, Plainsboro, NJ "Zeeman Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer/ Transversely-Heated Graphite Atomizer"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1994-1995 Bristol Myers Squibb, Plainsboro, NJ
"A Phase I Study of the Metabolic Balance and Pharmacokinetics of Manganese in LumenHance® in Normal Volunteers"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Art Grider
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1993 Bristol Myers Squibb, Plainsboro, NJ
"Pharmacokinetics and Statistical Analysis of Manganese (Mn) Following Oral Administration of Varying Volumes of LumenHance®"
Jeanne F
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1992-1993 U.S. Department of Agriculture
"Manganese Requirements in Elderly Women"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Art Grider
$40,000
1992-1993 Bristol-Myers Squibb, Plainsboro, NJ
"A Clinical Investigation of the Safety and Efficacy of BMS 181448 in Normal Volunteers"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1990 - 1992 Biomedical Research Support Grant
"Manganese Status in Osteoporotics, Healthy and Calcium-Supplemented Individuals"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1989 - 1990 University Research Institute
"A Pilot Study of the Intervention in the Treatment of Bulimia"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Ann Reed
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1987 - 1989 U.S. Department of Agriculture
"Requirements of Manganese in Females"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$80,000
1986 - 1988 University Research Institute
"Bioavailability of Manganese in Humans"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1986 - 1988 Project Quest (IBM)
"Home Economics Network"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves

   Subgrant of
   "Microcomputer Dietary
   Analysis Project"
   PI: Richard Willis, Ph.D.
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Total grant
1987 - 1988 Biomedical Research Support Grant
"Mineral Balance in Women Consuming Self- Selected, Nutritionally-Adequate, and Manganese- Deficient Diets"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1984 - 1986 U.S. Department of Agriculture
"Manganese Assessment of Requirements and Functions"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$100,000
1983 - 1984 Biomedical Research Support
"Bioavailability of Manganese in Humans"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1984 - 1985 Project QUEST (IBM)
"Computerization of a Metabolic Study"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1984 - 1985 Institute of Human Development and Family Studies
"The Relationship of Zinc Status to Age- Associated Losses in Taste Acuity"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1983 - 1984 Biomedical Research Support
"Gustin: A Protein in Human Saliva"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1982 - 1984 U.S. Department of Agriculture
"Manganese: Assessment of Requirements and Functions"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$100,000
1981 - 1984 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (NIH)
"Saliva: An Assessment of Zinc Nutriture in Man"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$142,956
1981 - 1982 Biomedical Research Support
"The Evaluation of Saliva as an Assessment Parameter of Zinc"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1980 - 1981 Biomedical Research Support
"Behavioral and Physiological Influences of Vegetarianism"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
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1979 - 1981 U.S. Department of Agriculture
"Behavioral Determinants of Vegetarianism"
Jeanne Freeland-Graves
$90,000

 

BOOKS:

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Principles of Food Preparation. A Laboratory Manual. 2nd ed. New York: Macmillan, pp. 1-377, 1997.
http://www.prenticehall.ca/books/ect_0023393505.html

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Gladys Peckham. Foundations of Food Preparation. 6th ed. Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall. pp. 1-741, 1996.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Gladys Peckham. Foundations of Food Preparation. 5th ed. New York: Macmillan. pp. 1-674, 1987.

Peckham, Gladys and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Foundations of Food Preparation. 4th ed. New York: Macmillan. pp. 1- 616, 1979.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Principles of Food Preparation. A Laboratory Manual. 1st ed. New York: Macmillan. pp. 1- 346, 1979.

 

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Freeland-Graves J H, JM Cahil. International dietary standards for trace elements. Cell Biology and Toxicology, 24: 363-367, 2008.

XJordan KC, JH Freeland-Graves, DM Klohe-Lehman, SV Voruganti, JM Proffitt, HJ Nuss, TJ Milani, TM Bohman. A nutrition and physical activity intervention promotes weight loss in low-income mothers of young children. Nutrition Research. 28(1):13-20, 2008.

XVoruganti VS, ME Tejero, JM Proffitt, SA Cole SA, JH Freeland-Graves, AG Comuzzie. Characterization of ghrelin in pedigreed baboons: Evidence for heritability and pleiotropy. Obesity. 16(4): 804-10, 2008

XTejero ME, IP Rodriguez, JM Proffitt, GB Hubbard, JH Freeland-Graves, KW Peebles, AG Comuzzie, SA Cole. Adipokine expression is associated with adipocyte volume in baboons. Cytokine. 41:150-154, 2008.

XNuss HJ, G George G, DM Lehman, KK Clarke, TJ Milani, JH Freeland-Graves. Greater nutrition knowledge is associated with lower 1-year postpartum weight retention in low-income women. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 107:1801-1806, 2007.

XVoruganti SV, ME Tejero, JM Proffitt, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, AG Conmuzzie. Genome-wide scan of plasma cholecytstokinin in baboons shows linkeage to human Chromosome 17. Obesity Research. 17(8):2043-2050, 2007.

Nitzke S, JH Freeland-Graves. Position Statement on: Total diet approach to communicating food and nutrition information. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 107(7):1224-1232, 2007.

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XTejero, Maria Elizabeth; Iran P Rodriguez; J Michael Proffitt; Gene B Hubbard; Jean H Freeland-Graves; Kyle W Peebles; Anthony G Comuzzie; and Shelley A Cole. Adipokine expression is associated with adipocyte volume in baboons. Cytokine. 41:150-154, 2008.

XJordan KC, JH Freeland-Graves, DM Klohe-Leman, SV Vorugant, JM Profitt, HJ Nuss, TJ Milani, TM Bohman. A nutrition and physical activity intervention promotes weight loss in low-income mothers of young children. Nutrition Research. 28(1):13-20, 2008.

XVoruganti VS, ME Tejero, JM Proffitt, SA Cole SA, JH Freeland-Graves, A Comuzzie. Characterization of ghrelin in pedigreed baboons: Evidence for heritability and pleiotropy. Obesity (2008) doi.10.1038/oby.2007.107 (advance e copy).

XNuss HJ, G George G, DM Lehman, KK Clarke, TJ Milani, JH Freeland-Graves JH. Greater nutrition knowledge is associated with lower 1-year postpartum weight. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 107:1801-1806, 2007.

Matthys C, ML Bogle, DD Canter, J Freeland-Graves, L Lafferty, A Lenihan, J O’Sullivan Maillet, K McClusky, A Raguso, JC Rodriguez, M Laskowski-Sachnoff. Draft Report of the Phase 2 Future Practice & Educatioin Task Force. American Dietetic Association. pp. 1-84, 2007.

XVoruganti SV, M. Elizabeth Tejero, J. Michael Proffitt, Shelley A. Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, and AG Conmuzzie. Genome-wide scan of plasma cholecytstokinin in baboons shows linkeage to human Chromosome 17. Obesity Research. 17(8):2043-2050, 2007.

Nitzke S and JH Freeland-Graves. Position Statement on: Total diet approach to communicating food and nutrition information. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 107:1224-1232, 2007.

XClarke KK, JH Freeland-Graves, DM Klohe-Lehman and TM Bohman. Predictors of weight in low-income mothers of young children. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, July, 2007. 107(7):1146-1154, 2007.

XKlohe-Lehman M, Clarke KK, Freeland-Graves JH. Low-income overweight/obese mothers act as agents of change to improve food choices and fat habits in their 1-3 year old children. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 26(2): 196-208, 2007. Charles M Ragus Award of the American College of Nutrition. BEST SCIENTIFIC PAPER OF 2007

XClarke KK, JH Freeland-Graves, DM Klohe-Lehman, TJ Milani, HJ Nuss and S Laffrey. Promotion of physical activity in low-income women using pedometers. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 107:962-967, 2007.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Voruganti, V. Econometrics, Statistics, and Computational Approaches in Food and Health Sciences by Alok Bhargava. American Journal of Human Biology; 19 (6):895-897, 2007.

XVoruganti SV, G Cai, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, S Laston, C Wenger, JW MacCluer, B Dyke, R Devereux, SOE. Ebbesson, R Fabsitz, BV Howard and AG Comuzzie. Common set of genes regulates LDL size and obesity-related factors in Alaskan Eskimos. Results from the GOCADAN study. American Journal of Human Biology. 18(4):525-531, 2006.

XNuss HJ, KK Clarke, DM Klohe-Lehman and JH Freeland-Graves. Influence of nutrition attitudes and motivators for eating on postpartum weight status in low-income new mothers. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 106:1774-1782, 2006.

XKlohe DM, JH Freeland-Graves, ER Anderson, T McDowell, A Putnam, KK Clarke, H Hanss-Nuss, G Gai, D. Puri and TM Milani. Nutrition knowledge is associated with greater weight loss in obese/overweight, low-income mothers. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 106:65-75, 2006. Approved for ADA Continuing Professional Education credit and Continuing Medical Education Credit.

Freeland-Graves, Jean H., Tanushree Bose and Abbass Karbassian. Manganese Metallotherapeutics, in Metallotherapeutic Drugs and Metal-Based Diagnostic Agents: The Use of Metals in Medicine, Marcel Gielen and Edward Tiekink, eds. West Sussex, United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons, pp.159-178, 2005.

XVoruganti VS, GL Klein, HX Lu, S Thomas, JH Freeland-Graves amd DN Herndon. Impaired zinc and copper status in children with burn injuries: Need to reassess nutritional requirements. Burns, 31(6): 711-716, 2005.

XGeorge GC, H Hanss-Nuss, T Milani and J Freeland-Graves. Food choices of low-income women during pregnancy and postpartum. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 105(6):899-907, 2005.

XTejero ME, SA Cole, G Cai, KW Peebles, JH Freeland-Graves, LA Cox, M Mahaney, J Rogers, J Blangero and AG Comuzzie. Genome wide scan of resistin mRNA expression in omental adipose tissue of baboons. Internaional Journal of Obesity. 29: 406-441, 2005.

XGeorge GC, T Milani, H Hanss-Nuss, and J Freeland-Graves. Compliance with dietary guidelines and relationship to psychosocial factors in low-income women during late postpartum. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 105(6):916-926, 2005.

XKlohe D, KK Clarke, GC George, TJ Milani, H Hanss-Nuss and JH Freeland-Graves. Relative Validity and reliability of a food frequency questionnaire for a tri-ethnic population of 1-3 year old children from low-income families. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 105(5): 727-734, 2005.

XCai G, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, JW MacCluer, JC Bangero and AG Comuzzie. Principal component for metabolic syndrome risk maps to chromosomes 1p and 4p in Mexican Americans – The San Antonio Family Heart Study. Human Biology Journal. 76(5): 651-665, 2004.

XCai G, SA Cole, ME Tejero, JM Proffitt, JH Freeland-Graves and AG Comuzzie. Pleiotropic Effects of Genes for Insulin Resistance on Adiposity in Baboons. Obesity Research. 12(11):1766-1772, 2004.

XTejero ME, JM Proffitt, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, G Cai, KW Peebles, LA Cox, M Mahaney, J Rogers, J Blangero and AG Comuzzie. Quantitative Genetics of Glucose Transporter 4 mRNA Levels in Baboon Adipose. Obesity Research. 12(10):1652-1657, 2004.

Walker LO, JH Freeland-Graves, T Milani, H Hanss-Nuss, G George, BS Sterling, M Kim, GM Timmerman, S Wilkinson, KL Arheart and A Stuifbergen. Weight and behavioral and psychosocial factors among ethnically eiverse, low income women after childbirth. I. Methods and Context. Women & Health. 40(2):1-17, 2004.

Walker LO, JH Freeland-Graves, T Milani, G George, H Hanss-Nuss, BS Sterling, M Kim, GM Timmerman, S Wilkinson, KL Arheart and A Stuifbergen. Weight and behavioral and psychosocial factors among ethnically Diverse, Low Income Women After Childbirth. II. Trends and Correlates. Women & Health. 40(2):19-34, 2004.

XCai C, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, JW MacCleur, JC Blangero and AG Comuzzie. Genome-wide Scans Reveal Quantitative Trait Loci on 8p and 13q Related to Insulin Action and Glucose Metabolism – The San Antonio Family Heart Study. Diabetes. 53:1369-1374, 2004.

XChacko-George G, T Milani, H Hans-Nuss, M-S Kim and JH Freeland-Graves. Development and Validation of a Multi-cultural Food Frequency Questionnaire for the Southwestern United States. Nutrition Research. 24:29-43, 2004.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Susan Nitzke. Yes. Position of the American Dietetic Association: Total Diet Approach for Communicating Food and Nutrition Information. Nestle, Marion and L. Beth Dixon, eds. Taking Sides. Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Food and Nutrition. Guilford, CT: McGraw-Hill/Duskin, pp. 26-32, 2004.

XTejero ME, JH Freeland-Graves, JM Proffitt, KW Peebles, SA Cole and AG Comuzzie. Adiponectin, but not resistin is associated with insulin resistance-related phenotypes in baboons. Obesity Research. 12(5):871-877, 2004.

Freeland-Graves JH and C Bavik. Coenzymes. Encyclopedia of Food Science and Nutrition. Caballero B, L Trugo and P Finglas, eds. London: Academic Press. 6:4005-4012, 2003.

Freeland-Graves J H and P J Trotter. Minerals - dietary importance. Encyclopedia of Food Science and Nutrition. Caballero B, L Trugo and P Finglas, eds. London: Academic Press. 3:1475-1481, 2003.

Freeland-Graves JH and S Nitzke. Total diet approach to communicating food and nutrition information to the public. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 102 (1):100-108, 2003.

XMilani, Tracey and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Milani Ramakrishman, U., ed. Nutritional Anemias. Modern Nutrition Series. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press pp. 1-260. 2001. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 102 (2): 312-313, 2002.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Michael Proffitt. Crichton, R., ed. Inorganic Biochemistry of Iron Metabolism: From Molecular Mechanisms to Clinical Consequences. 2nd ed. Chichester: J. Wiley & Sons. pp.1-326. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 124(25):7636, 2002.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne H and Tracey Milani. De Leenheer AP, Lambert WE, Van Coxclaer JF, eds. Modern Chromatographic Analysis of Vitamins. 3rd ed. New York: Marcel Dekker; pp. 1-616, 2000. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 123 (1):191, 2001.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Manganese: Development of a dietary recommendation for an essential yet toxic trace element. In: Abdulla M, Bost M, Gamon S, Arnaud P and Chazot G, eds. New Aspects of Trace Element Research. London: Smith-Gordon. pp 22-27, 1999.

Walker, Lorraine and Jean Freeland-Graves. Lifestyle factors related to postpartum weight gain and body image in bottle- and breastfeeding women. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing. 27 (2):151-160, 1998.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Manganese: Development of a dietary recommendation for an essential yet toxic trace element. Journal of Trace Elements in Experimental Medicine 11 (4):375, 1998.

Locniskar, M, JW Anderson and J Freeland-Graves. Carbohydrates. Nutritient Information. World Wide Web: American Society of Nutritional Sciences. http://www.faseb.org.ain/,1997.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne H. and Judith R.Turnlund. Deliberations and evaluations of approaches, endpoints and paradigms for manganese and molybdenum dietary recommendations. Journal of Nutrition. 126 (9S):2435-2440, 1996.

Freeland-Graves Jeanne and Phyllis Johnson. Manganese. Nutrient Information. World Wide Web: American Society of Nutritional Sciences. http://www.nutrition.org, 1996-present.

Freeland-Graves J and S Goodrich. Mineral requirements and RDA for the elderly. In Handbook on Metal-Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluids Vol. 2. Guy Berthon, Ed. Marcel Dekker, Inc.: New York. pp. 292-296, 1995.

Freeland-Graves J, M. Horton, A Grider, C Simenchek, D Feder, C Llanes, S-Y. Kim, J Carpenter, J Wallens and G Graves. Pharmacokinetics of manganese in the imaging agent LumenHance® in normal volunteers and patients with gastrointestinal pathology. Journal of Trace Elements in Esperimental Medicine. 8 (2):80, 1995.

Freeland-Graves Jeanne. Manganese Requirements of Humans. Workshop on the Bioavailability and of Manganese. Cincinnati, OH: U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. pp. 11-19, 1995.

Freeland-Graves Jeanne. LK Mahan and M Arlin. Krause's Food, Nutrition, and Diet Therapy, 8th ed. Philadelphia, PA: W. B. Sanders, 1992; Journal of Nutrition Education. 27 (1): 49-50, 1995.

Freeland-Graves Jeanne. Derivation of manganese estimated safe and daily dietary intakes. In Risk Assessment of Essential Elements W. Mertz, C. Abernathy, and S.S. Olin, Eds. International Life Sciences Institute Press, Washington, D.C. pp. 237-252, 1994.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Charlotte Llanes. Models to study manganese deficiency, In Manganese in Health and Disease, Klimis-Tavantzis, D. Ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. pp. 59-86, 1993.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. E. Monsen, ED., Research: Successful Proposal for Nutrition and Dietetic Professionals. American Dietetic Association, Chicago, IL; Journal of Nutrition Education 4:217, 1993.

Rice, Laura and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. The "new" nutrition labeling. Journal of the Texas State Nutrition Council. 3 (1):1, 9, 1993.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Kimberly Kline . Coenzymes. In Encyclopedia of Food Science, Food Technology & Nutrition, Volume 2, Macrae R, R. Robinson and M Sadler, Eds. London: Academic Press, Ltd. pp. 1109-1114, 1993.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Reference doses (RfDs) for essential trace elements. Journal of the Texas State Nutrition Council. 2 (1):1,12, 1992.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Art Grider. Minerals - dietary importance. In Encyclopedia of Food Science, Food Technology & Nutrition, Volume 5, Macrae R, R. Robinson and M. Sadler, Eds. London: Academic Press. pp. 3126-3131, 1993.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Minerals: staying in balance. Executive Health's Good Health Report. 26 (11):1-7, 1992.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, ed. Journal of the Texas State Nutrition Council. 1 (2):1-20, 1991.

XHagerman, Ruth, Virginia Wimberly, Ann Reed, Jean Freeland-Graves and Lisa Kessler. Efficacy of nutrition counseling in the treatment of bulimia nervosa. Journal of the Texas State Nutrition Council. 1 (2):10-12, 1991.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, H Munro and D Danford. Human Nutrition: A Comprehensive Treatise, Vol. 6: Nutrition, Aging and the Elderly. New York: Plenum Publications Corp., 1989; Journal of Nutrition Education. 23:135-136, 1991.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Pao-Hwa Lin. Plasma uptake of manganese as affected by oral loads of manganese, calcium, phosphorus, copper and zinc. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 10 (1):38-43, 1991.

Bales, Connie, Jeanne Freeland-Graves, Jackie Fickel, Susan Askey, Ming-Long Chen, Rebecca Pobocik and Fares Behmardi. Zinc, magnesium and copper concentrations of saliva, plasma and hair in a normal adult population. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 51:462-469, 1990.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. J. Kenney and D.Gravowski. The L.A. Diet. Chicago, IL: Contemporary Books, Inc., 1988; Journal of Nutrition Education. 22 (1):2, 1990.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Sue Greninger. A demographic profile of users and non-users of nutritional supplements. Texas Home Economics Research. 56 (3):18-20, 1990.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. I. De Garine and G. Harrison, Eds.Coping with Uncertainty in the Food Supply. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988; Journal of Nutrition Education, 21:235, 1989.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Fares Behmardi. Trace mineral requirements in aging. In Mineral Homeostasis in Aging. C. Bales, Ed. New York: Allan R. Liss. pp.141-170, 1988.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Pao-Hwa Lin. Influence of calcium and phosphorus on the absorption of manganese as determined by plasma uptake tests. In Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals -VI, L. Hurley, C. Keen, B. Lonnerdal and R. Ruckers, Eds., New York: Plenum Press. pp. 513-516, 1988.

XLin, Pao-Hwa and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Effects of simultaneous ingestion of calcium and manganese in humans. In Mineral Homeostasis in Aging, C. Bales, Ed. New York: Allan R. Liss. pp. 107-114, 1988.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Manganese: an essential nutrient for humans. Nutrition Today. 23 (6):13-19, 1988.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Fares Behmardi, Connie Bales, Virginia Dougherty, Pao-Hwa, Jack Crosby and Paul Trickett. Metabolic balance in young men consuming diets containing five levels of dietary manganese. Journal of Nutrition, 118:764-773, 1988.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Connie Bales. Dietary recommendations for minerals in the elderly. In Mineral Homeostasis in Aging, C. Bales, Ed. New York: Allan R. Liss. pp. 3-14, 1998.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Lydia Steinman and Connie Bales. Plasma zinc and taste acuity: reply to Watson. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 47:336-337, 1988.

Olson R. In collaboration with J. Freeland-Graves. Manganese deficiency in humans: fact or fiction? Nutrition Reviews, 46:348-352, 1988.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Mineral adequacy of vegetarian diets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, S48:859-862, 1988.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Pat Hausman. The Right Dose: How to Take Vitamins and Minerals Safely. Emmaus, PA: Rodale Press, 1987; Journal of Nutrition Education. 20:151, 1988.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Connie Bales and Fares Behmardi. Manganese requirements of humans. In Nutritional Bioavailability of Manganese, C. Kies, Ed. Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society. pp. 90-104, 1987.

XFriedman, B.J., Jeanne Freeland-Graves, Connie Bales, Fares Behmardi, RoseAnn Shorey- Kutschke, Richard Willis, Jack Crosby, Paul Trickett and Stephen Houston. Manganese balance and clinical observations in young men fed a manganese-deficient diet. Journal of Nutrition, 117:133-143, 1987.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Principles of Food Preparation. A Laboratory Manual. 2nd ed. New York: Macmillan, pp. 1-377, 1987.

Bales, Connie, Jeanne Freeland-Graves, Pao-Hwa Lin, Jan Stone and Virginia Dougherty. Plasma uptake of manganese: response to dose and dietary factors. In Nutritional Bioavailability of Manganese, C. Kies, Ed. Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society. pp. 112-122, 1987.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne and Sue Greninger. Motivational factors underlying the initiation and continuation of vegetarianism. 1987 Society for Nutrition Education Proceedings. 97, 1987.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. J. H. Cranier, J. The Junk Food Vegetarian. San Leandro, California: Interbook Inc., 1986; Journal of Nutrition Education. 19:42, 1987.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Connie Bales, Fares Behmardi and B.J. Friedman. Manganese requirements of humans. American Chemical Society Division of Agriculture and Food Chemistry. 5, 1986.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Sue Greninger and Robert Young. A demographic and social profile of age and sex-matched vegetarians and nonvegetarians. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 86:907-913, 1986.

Bales, Connie, Lydia Steinman, Jeanne Freeland-Graves, Jan Stone and Robert Young. The effect of age on plasma zinc uptake and taste acuity. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 44:664-669, 1986.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Pao-Hwa Lin, Virginia Dougherty and Connie Bales. The influence of iron and ascorbic acid on the plasma uptake of manganese. Society for Trace Element Research in Humans. 56, 1986.

XFickel, Jackie, Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Mary Jane Roby. Zinc tolerance tests in zinc deficient and zinc supplemented diets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 3:47-58, 1986.

Bales, Connie and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Plasma uptake of manganese: response to dose and dietary factors. American Chemical Society Division of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 5, 1986.

Greninger, Sue and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Perceptions about the adoption and retention of a vegetarian diet. American Home Economics Association Research Abstracts, 4, 1986.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, BJ Friedman, Connie Bales, Fares Behmardi, RoseAnn Shorey, Richard Willis, Jack Crosby and Paul Trickett. Metabolic Balance of Manganese (Mn) in Males. XIII International Congress of Nutrition. 2, 1985.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Zinc nutriture and vegetarian diets. In Advances in Diet and Nutrition, C. Horowitz, Ed. London: Libbey. pp. 227-231, 1985.

Bales, Connie, Lydia Steinman, Jeanne Freeland-Graves, Jan Stone and Robert Young. Plasma zinc response and taste ability in young and elderly subjects. XIII International Congress of Nutrition. 135, 1985.

Greninger, Sue, Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Linda Nyquist. Social psychological factors related to regetarianism. Proceedings of the American Dietetic Association. 64, 1985.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Keith Akkers. A Vegetarian Sourcebook - The Nutrition, Ecology and Ethics of a Natural Foods Diet. New York: G.P. Putman's Sons, 1983; Journal of Nutrition Education. 16:39, 1984.

Greninger, Sue and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Differences in basic value orientations of vegetarians and nonvegetarians. Texas Home Economics Research Issue. 50:25, 1983.

Bales, Connie, Jeanne Freeland-Graves, Susan Askey, Ming Long Chen and Becky Pobocik. Effect of age as salivary levels of magnesium, zinc and copper in a human population. The Gerontologist. 23:80, 1983.

Greninger, Sue and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. A comparison of food expenditures between vegetarians and nonvegetarians." Proceedings: 29th Annual American Council on Consumer Interest Conference. pp. 206-211, 1983.

Greninger, Sue, Jeanne Freeland-Graves and Carol Lyon Bradley. Relationship of nutritional knowledge to dietary behavior: vegetarians vs. nonvegetarians. Texas Home Economics Research Issue. 50:25, 1983.

Neugebauer, Jan, Margaret Briley and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Effects of a low zinc diet on serum testosterone, plasma prolactin and thyroid hormones in adult men. Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress VII. 89, 1983.

Gilham, Beth, Barbara Carlson and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Effects of zinc depletion on selected parameters of immune response. Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress VII.. 6, 1983.

Greninger, Sue and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Perceived and Actual Dietary Adequacy of Vegetarians and Nonvegetarians. American Dietetic Association Annual Meeting. 173, 1983.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, BJ Friedman, Wu-Hsin Han, RoseAnn Shorey and Robert Young. Effects of zinc supplementation on plasma cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol and zinc. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 35:988-992, 1982.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Sue Greninger, Joan Vickers, Carol Bradley and Robert Young. Nutrition knowledge of vegetarians and nonvegetarians. Journal of Nutrition Education. 14:21-26, 1982.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Pam Hendrickson, Margaret Lavonne Ebangit and Jeanne Snowden. Salivary zinc as an index of zinc status in women fed a low zinc diet." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 34:312-321, 1981.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Pam Bodzy and Margaret Eppright. Zinc status of vegetarians." Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 77:655-661, 1980.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Margaret Lavonne Ebangit and Pam Hendrickson. Alterations in zinc absorption and salivary sediment after a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 33:1757-1766, 1980.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Wu-Hsin Han, BJ Friedman and RoseAnn Shorey. Effect of dietary Zn/Cu ratio on cholesterol and HDL-cholesterol in women. Nutrition Reports International. 22:285-294, 1980.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne, Margaret Lavonne Ebangit and Pam Bodzy. Zinc and copper content of foods used in vegetarian diets. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 77:648- 654, 1980.

Freeland, Jeanne, Robert Cousins and Robert Schwartz. Relationship of mineral status and intake to periodontal disease. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 29:745-749, 1976.

Freeland, Jeanne and Robert Cousins. Zinc Content of Selected Foods. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 68:526-529, 1976.

Freeland, Jeanne and Robert Cousins. Effect of dietary cadmium on anemia and iron absorption and cadmium binding protein in the chick. Nutrition Reports International. 8:337-347, 1973.

 

ABSTRACTS (last 6 years):

Lu HX, JM Cahill, BV Sanghani, JH Freeland-Graves. Metabolic syndrome, physical activity and dietary in early postpartum women. The FASEB Journal, 380, 2008.

Freeland-Graves JH, B Xu, MR Pepper, Z Dai, W Yu, JM Cahill. Three dimensional (3D) body imaging for assessment of body volume. The FASEB Journal. 285, 2008.

XCahill J, B Sanghani, H-X. Lu H, T Bose, J Kitchen, D Klohe-Lehman , JH Freeland-Graves. Nutritional adequacy in overweight/obese low-income, postpartum women. The FASEB Journal. 21(5):A671, 2007.

Freeland-Graves JH, Cahill J, Sanghani B, Lu H, Kitchen J, Klohe-Lehman D. Nutrition knowledge and diets in new mothers. The FASEB Journal. 21(5): A303, 2007.

XPepper MR, BV Sanghani, J Cahill, DM Klohe-Lehman, JF Kitchen , H-X. Lu, JH Freeland-Graves. Family Eating Environment in Low-Income Women in Early Post-partum. The FASEB Journal. 21(5): A1050, 2007.

XSanghani B, J Cahill, H-X Lu, T Bose, J Kitchen, JH Freeland-Graves. Influence of physical activity and its self-efficacy on weight status and lipids in low income, tri-ethnic, overweight/ obese women in early postpartum. The FASEB Journal. 21(5): A307, 2007.

XLu H-X, J Cahill, B Sanghani, J Kitchen, T Bose, S Voruganti, JH Freeland-Graves. Inflammation and Weight Related to Metabolic Syndrome in Overweight /Obesity Women in Early Postpartum. The FASEB Journal. 21(5): A324, 2007.

XProffitt JM, G Cai, D Azim, JH Freeland-Graves, SA Cole, K Kim, A Kissebah, J Blangero and AG Comuzzie. Quantitative trait loci influencing plasma TNF and IL-1 in humans co-localize to chromosome 18. Obesity Research 13 (Suppl): A8, 2005.

XProffitt JM, ME Tejero, JH Freeland-Graves, SA Cole, J Blangero and AG Comuzzi . Identification of a quantitative trait locus influencing circulating levels of resistin on chromosome 18 in Baboons. Obesity Research 13 (Suppl): A37, 2005.

XBose T, JC Lopez-Alvarenga, E Dick, ME Tejero, JH Freeland-Graves, SA Cole, and AG Comuzzie. Presence of non-alcoholic fatty liver in Baboons. American Journal of Primatologists, 68(S1):1, 2006.

XBose T, EM Tejero, JH Freeland-Graves, SA Cole and AG Comuzzie. Association of metabolic syndrome factors and liver function parameters. Obesity Research, 40-P, 2005.

XCahill JM, B Sanghani, H-X Lu, JF Kitchen, T Bose and JH Freeland-Graves. Eating competency: questionnaire development in a low-income postpartum population. FASEB Journal. 2005;A3955.

XSanghani B, Klohe D, Clarke KK and JH Freeland-Graves. Influence of Eating Environmental Behavior on food intake of overweight/obese, low income, tri-ethnic mothers and their young children. FASEB Journal. 19 (4): A1194, 2005.

XProffitt M, G Cai, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, S Laston, C Wenger, JW MacCluer, B Dyke, R Devereux, SOE Ebbesson, R Fabsitz, BV Howard and AG Comuzzie. CRP demonstrates evidence of shared genetic effects with anthropometric measures relevant to adiposity in Alaskan Eskimos. Obesity Research. 2005: 13:A39.

XVS Voruganti VS, ME Tejero, JM Proffitt, SA Cole, Freeland-Graves JH, and AG Comuzzi. Quantitative genetic analysis and characterization of ghrelin in baboons. ObesityResearch. 2005; 13:A38.

XVoruganti SV, Freeland-Graves JH, Tejero ME, Proffitt JM, G Cai G, Cole SA and AG Comuzzie. Plasma levels of zinc with leptin, glucose and weight as predictors of circulating ghrelin levels in baboon. The Journal of Trace Elements in Experimental Medicine. 2004; 17(4): 210.

XVoruganti S, G Cai, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves, S Laston, C Wenger, JW MacCluer, B Dyke, R Devereux, SOE Ebbesson, R Fabsitz, BV Howard and AG Comuzzie. Common set of genes regulates LDL size and obesity-related factors in Alaskan Eskimos. Obesity Research. 2004; 12:A189.

XCai G, J Freeland-Graves, JW Kent Jr, RA Bastarrachea-Sosa, L Atwood, SA Cole, J Blangero, JW MacCluer and AG Comuzzie. A genome-wide scan of rate of change in blood pressure reveals QTLs on chromosomes 11 and 16 in the San Antonio Family Heart Study. The FASEB Journal, A53, 2004.

XCahill JC, Khloe DK, K. Clarke KK and JH Freeland-Graves. Behaviors and attitudes associated with greater weight loss in low-income, tri-ethnic mothers of young children. FASEB Journal. 19 (4): A1193, 2004.

XHanss-Nuss H, G Chacko George, T Milani and J Freeland-Graves. Nutrient and weight status during the first year postpartum. The FASEB Journal 18(4):A97, 2004.

XKlohe DM, KK Clarke, G Chacko-George, T Milani, H Hanss-Nuss and JH Freeland-Graves. Relative validity and reliability of a food frequency questionnaire for a tri-ethnic population of 1-3 year old children from low-income families. The FASEB Journal. 18(4), A164, 2004.

XLu H, SV Voruganti, G Klein, S Thomas, DN Herndon and JH Freeland-Graves. The status of zinc and copper in children with burn injuries. The FASEB Journal. 18(5):A884, 2004.

XTejero ME, SA Cole, MJ Proffitt, G Cai, JH Freeland-Graves and AG Comuzzie. Análisis genético cuantitativo y genome scan de la expresión de mRNA de resistina, adiponectina y GLUT4 en tejido adiposo de papiones. Genomic Medicine Meeting Abstracts, p.13, 2004.

XThomas S, S Voruganti, J Freeland-Graves, HX Lu, GL Klein and DN Herndon. Zinc and copper concentrations in severely burned children. American Burn Society Abstracts, 2004.

XVoruganti SV, ME Tejero, JM Proffitt, G Cai, SA Cole, JH Freeland-Graves and AG Comuzzie. Association of zinc and copper with cytokines and glucose metabolism-related parameters in baboons. The FASEB Journal 18(4):A94, 2004.

XCai G, S Cole , M Tejero, J Proffitt , J Freeland-Graves and A Comuzzie. Genes influencing insulin resistance have pleiotropic effects on adiposity- related phenotypes in baboons. Obesity Research A119, 491-P, 2003.

XCai G, S Cole, J Freeland-Graves, J MacCluer, J Blangero and Comuzzie A. Principal component factors of the metabolic syndrome map to chromosomes 1p and 4p in Mexican Americans. Obesity Research A13, 55-OR, 2003.

XClarke KK, DM Klohe, SV Voruganti, T Milani, H Hanss-Nuss, G Cai, JM Proffitt and JH Freeland-Graves. The influence of nutrition attitudes and beliefs on the food choices of low-income women of young children. American Dietetic Assocation, Journal of the American Dietetic Association Supplement 2003; 103(9): A87, 2003.

XFreeland-Graves J and T Milani. Early identification of Low-income women at risk for postpartum weight retention. Obesity Research A144, 592-P, 2003.

XProffitt J, M Tejero, J Freeland-Graves, S Cole and A Comuzzie. Soluble TNF-a receptor expression is related to insulin sensitivity in male baboons. Obesity Research A69, 277-P, 2003.

XTejero M, J Proffitt, S Cole, G Cai, J Freeland-Graves and A Comuzzie. Genetics of GLUT4 mRNA in omental adipose tissue of baboons. Obesity Research A70, 280-P, 2003.

XVoruganti SJ, G Cai, JM Proffitt, DM Klohe, KK Clarke and JH Freeland-Graves. The effects of short-term weight loss on plasma zinc and obesity related factors in low-income obese women. FASEB Journal. 17 (5): 114, 2003.

XChacko-George G, T Milani, H Hanss-Nuss and J Freeland-Graves. Relationship between dietary behavior and weight retention in a tri-ethnic sample of low-income postpartal women. FASEB Journal. 17 (4):291, 2003.

XClarke KK, DM Klohe, G Cai, JM Proffitt, SV Voruganti, T Milani, H Hans-Nuss and JH Freeland-Graves. Dietary changes by low-income mothers in a weight management program. Texas Dietetic Association FNCE. 292, 2003.

XClarke KK, DM Klohe, SV Voruganti, T Milani, H Hans-Nuss, G Cai, JM Proffitt and JH Freeland-Graves. Promotion of physical activity in low-income women using pedometers. FASEB Journal. 17 (5): 1146, 2003.

XTejero ME, JM Proffitt JM, JH Freeland-Graves, SA Cole and AG Comuzzie. Expression of GLUT4 in baboon adipose tissue is heritable. Texas Genetics Society Annual Meeting.1: 2, 2003.

XDavis J, JH Freeland-Graves, H Nuss, G George and T Milani. Is nutrition knowledge reflected in healthier dietary practices of college students? FASEB Journal. 17 (1):1149, 2003.

XHans-Nuss, Henry, Goldy Chako, Tracey Milani and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Lack of change in nutrition knowledge in low-income new mothers over the first postpartum year. FASEB Journal. 17 (4):293-294, 2003.

XKlohe, DM, A Putnam, T McDowell and JH Freeland-Graves. Prevalence and trends in overweight among minority children attending a low-income, urban elementary school in Texas. FASEB Journal. 14 (4):728, 2003.

XMilani, Tracey and Jean H Freeland-Graves. A comparison of multiple regression and receiver operation curves to predict postpartum weight retention in low-income women. FASEB Journal. 17 (5):1142, 2003.

XProffitt JM, ME Tejero, JH Freeland-Graves, SA Cole and AG Comuzzie. Plasma cytokine measures reflect variations in adiposity and glucose metabolism in baboons. FASEB Journal. 17 (4):318, 2003.

XTejero ME, JM Profitt, SA Cole, J Freeland-Graves and AG Comuzzie. Resistin expression in monocytes is associated with insulin resistance. FASEB Journal. 17 (4):317, 2003.

XVorunganti, Saroja, Jeanne H Freeland-Graves, J Michael Proffitt, Guowen Cai, Kristine Clarke, Deborah M Klohe, Tracey Milani and Lorraine O Walker. Depression and weight loss in low-income women. Center for Health Promotion Research Conference. Austin, Texas, November 2002.

Walker Lorraine, Minesong Kim, Bobbi Sterling and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Patterns of postpartum weight loss among ethically diverse, low income women. International National Institute of Nursing Research. Washington, DC, Sept 25, 2002.

XChacko-George G, J Freeland-Graves, H Hanss-Nuss, T Milani, M-S Kim and LO Walker. Longitudinal changes in dietary behavior between pregnancy and postpartum in a tri-ethnic sample of low income women. SNE Conference Proceedings . 1:30. 2002. *Won the Outstanding Student Research Award at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, St. Paul, MN.

XChacko-George G, T Milani, H Hanss-Nuss, M Kim M, LO Walker and J Freeland-Graves. Development and validation of a semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire for the southwestern United States. FASEB Journal 16 (4):2544, 2002.

XMilani T, G Chacko-George, H Hanss-Nuss, M Kim M, LO Walker and JH Freeland-Graves. Predicting postpartum weight retention. FASEB Journal 16 (5):1017, 2002.

XHans-Nuss H, T Milani, G Chacko-George, LO Walker and J Freeland-Graves. Reliability and validity of nutrition knowledge/attitude/belief instruments for low-income women. FASEB Journal. 16 (5):1015, 2002.

XMilani, Tracey and Jeanne Freeland-Graves. Milani Ramakrishman, U., ed. Nutritional Anemias. Modern Nutrition Series. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press pp. 1-260. 2001. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 102 (2): 312-313, 2002.

XFreeland-Graves, Jeanne and Michael Proffitt. Crichton, R., ed. Inorganic Biochemistry of IronMetabolism: From Molecular Mechanisms to Clinical Consequences. 2nd ed. Chichester: J. Wiley & Sons. pp.1-326. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 124(25):7636, 2002.

 

RECENT INVITED LECTURES (last 3 years):

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Final Report of the Phase 2 Task Force on Future Vision and Dietetics Education.House of Delegates, The American Dietetic Association. Schraumberg, Illinois, May 2008.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Final Report of the Phase 2 Task Force on Future Vision and Dietetics Education. Association of Nutrition Departments and Program, San Diego, California. April 2008.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Final Report of the Phase 2 Task Force on Future Vision and Dietetics Education. Dietetic Educators of Practioners, Charleston, South Carolina. March 2008.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Symposium speaker. International Dietary Standards for Trace Elements. Joint meeting of the International Society for Trace Element Research in Humans, Nordic Trace Element Society and the Hellenic Trace Element Society in Crete, Greece. October 2007

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Draft Report of the Phase 2 Task Force on Future Vision and Dietetics Education. The American Dietetic Association. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. September, 2007.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne. Low Income Mothers as Agents of Change to Improve the Food Choices and Fat Habits in their 1-3 year old Children. The American College of Nutrition. Orlando, Florida. September, 2007.

Freeland-Graves, J. ADA Phase 2 Future Practice & Education Task Force Update, Dietetic Educators of Practioners Area Meeting, April, 2007.

Freeland-Graves J, Cahill J, Sanghani B, Lu H, Kitchen J, Klohe-Lehman D. Nutrition knowledge and diets in new mothers. The American Society of Nutrition, Washington, DC, April 2007.

XBose T, Lopez-Alvarenga JC, Tejero ME, Freeland-Graves JH, Cole SA, Comuzzie AG. Obesity, inflammation, insulin resistance, and non-alcoholic fatty liver in baboons. Oral Presentation at the Texas Genetics Society Annual Meeting; Galveston; Texas, April, 2006.

XProffitt JM, Azim D, Cai C, Freeland-Graves JH, Cole SA, Kim K, Blangero J, Kissebah A, Comuzzie AG. A quantitative trait locus influencing plasma CRP levels maps to chromosome 12. Oral presentation at the Texas Genetics Society Annual Meeting; Galveston, Texas, April, 2006.

Freeland-Graves JH. Obesity Update. Invited lecture to the Department of Preventative Medicine and Community Health, The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas; March, 2006.

Freeland-Graves JH. Obesity in Texas: How it Relates to You. Oral presentation at The Ronya Kozmetksy/Sarah Weddington Salon, Austin, Texas; February, 2006.

Freeland-Graves JH. Obesity: Oral presentation at the Deep in the Heart of Texas. 9th Annual Heart Ball, Austin, Texas; February, 2006

Freeland-Graves JH. Obesity & Metabolic Syndrome. Nutritional Interventional and Complementary Medicine from the Laboratory to the Community: Cancer Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment. Oral presentation at the San Antonio Cancer Institute. The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas; January, 2006.

XProffitt JM, Tejero ME, Freeland-Graves JH, Cole SA, Blangero J, Comuzzie AG. Identification of a quantitative trait locus influencing circulating levels of resistin on chromosome 18 in Baboons. Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for the Study of Obesity; Vancouver, Canada, November 2005.

XProffitt JM, Cai G, Azim D, Freeland-Graves JH, Cole SA, Kim K, Kissebah A, Blangero J, Comuzzie, AG. Quantitative trait loci influencing plasma TNF and IL -1 in humans co-localize to chromosome 18. Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for the Study of Obesity; Vancouver, Canada; November 2005.

 

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL:

Argentina, Austria, Bahamas, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, El Salvador, England, France, French Polynesia (Tahiti), Germany, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Israel, Laos, Macao, Hungary, India, Indonesia (Bali, Java, Irian Jaya, Sulawesi), Japan, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Uruguay, Peru, Poland, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Tibet, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and Vietnam

 

REVIEWS:

Grants:

State of Pennsylvannia, Obesity Program Interim Review. Philadelphia, PA 2008

U.S. Department of Agriculture. “Obesity and Human Nutrition.” National Research Initiative Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service. Competitive Grants, 2004-1008; 2006-20010; 2007-2011.

State of Pennsylvania Merit Review 2006. Centers of Excellence for Research on Obesity. “Obesity.” Philadelphia, PA. 2006-2010.

National Institute of Health. Program Project Review on Nutrition. University of California at Berkley. 1979

Programs:

Arizona State University, Department of Nutrition
   Tempe, Arizona
February, 2007
Zayed University, College of Family Science
   Dubai, United Arab Emirates
May, 2003
University of Tennessee, Department of Nutrition
   Knoxville, TN
 
Rutgers University, Department of Nutrition
Department of Nutritional Sciences
   New Brunswick, New Jersey
 

 

TEACHING:

International Teaching:

Field Experience in Nutrition – Spain
   Seville, Spain (6 weeks)
May-July, 2008
Field Experience in Nutrition – Argentina [in conjunction with
   the Escuela de Nutricion Universidad Nacional de Cordoba],
   Cordoba, Argentina (6 ½ weeks)
July-August, 2007
Field Experience in Nutrition - Mexico [in conjunction with the
   Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de las    Ciencias de la Salud (medical school)], Guadalajara, Mexico    (5 weeks)
July-August, 2006
Trace Elements in the Environment and Foods
   Nuclear Institute, Hanoi, Vietnam (2 weeks)
May, 2001

Courses taught at The University of Texas at Austin:

UNDERGRADUATE:
Introductory Food Science, Introductory Food Science Laboratory; Introductory Nutrition,
Introductory Nutrition Laboratory; Advanced Nutrition

GRADUATE:
Recent Advances in Nutrition I; Recent Advances in Nutrition II; Vitamins and Minerals

Recent Ph.D. Degrees Awarded (last 5 years):

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Ph.D. Supervisor: 
CURRENT: (7):
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PREVIOUS (during last 8 years):
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Visiting Professor Sponsor:
Dr. Abbass Karbassian, Department of Biology, University of Istefan, Iran

Undergraduate Research Supervisor (last 7 years):

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CREATIVE ACTIVITIES:

Curriculum development
International Nutrition degree in the Division of Nutrition. (2004-2007)
Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences (1988)

Co-Organizer (Rankin, Ecklund-Olson): Go Red! Day with the American Heart Association,
February 2005 1,000 UT faculty & students create a heart on the main mall

Director, Research Interest Groups, American Society for Nutritional Sciences, Washington, DC. (1997-2002). Coordinated the activities of the following interest groups: Aging and Chronic Disease; Bioactive Compounds n Foods; Community and Public Health Nutrition: Assessment, Programs, and Policy; Diet and Cancer; Energy And Macronutrient Metabolism; Experimental Animal Nutrition (expired); Growth and Development; Human Milk and Lactation; Neuroscience (expired); Nutrient-Gene Interactions; Nutritional Epidemiology; Nutritional Immunology; Students Association, and Vitamins and Minerals.

Editor, Nutrient Information, 2nd ed., Publications, American Society for Nutritional Sciences, Washington, DC, www.nutrition.org/nutinfo/; Initiated, coordinated and edited the text for 44 nutrients involving 80 authors. 1999-2002.

Editor, Nutrient Information, 1st ed., Publications, American Society for Nutritional Sciences, Washington, DC, www.nutrition.org/nutinfo/; Initiated, coordinated and edited the text for 42 nutrients involving 89 authors. 1994-1998.

Developer and Editor, New Material for the web site www.nutrition.org, Hot Topics Committee, Vitamin and Mineral Research Interest Section, American Society of Nutritional Sciences, Washington, DC, 1998.

Established Web site for NTR 311 Introductory Nutrition, 1997. www.utexas.edu/courses/ntr311 (Freeland-Graves and Kline)

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES (past and present):

American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
American Dietetic Association
American Society of Nutrition
Institute of Food Technologists
North American Society for the Study of Obesity
International Society for Trace Element Research in Humans

 

RECENT COMMITTEES:

The American Dietetic Association
    Phase 2 Future Practice and Dietetics Education Task Force
    Created recommendations for dietetics education for the year 2017

American Society of Nutrition
    Nutrition Sciences Council; Structure and Priorities (2007-2008)

The University of Texas at Austin
    Faculty Council
    Faculty Building Advisory Committee
    Tenure Grievance Review, Chair

Department of Human Ecology, UT Austin
    Budget Council
    Peer Review – Teaching
    Space
    Faculty Review, Chair (elected)
    Fall Event

Division of Nutrition 
    Executive Committee
    Seminars
    CP Transition to M.A.M
    Development
    Faculty Recruitment

Department of Nutrition
    Faculty Review (elected)
    Recruitment
    Scholarship
    Seminars
    Strategic Planning (elected)