Marian L. Neuhouser
Ph.D., University of Washington, Nutritional Sciences, 1996.
B.S., University of California, Davis, Nutrition, 1980.
My research focus is diet and physical activity in relation to energy balance and cancer risk. My research projects include both observational and intervention studies. In addition, part of my research focus is on methodological research to improve methods of diet and physical activity assessment and the extent to which biological markers can improve upon measures of self-report. Current projects include a randomized cross-over feeding study of low and high glycemic load diets and their effect on cancer suseptibility biomarkers. A subset of the feeding study subjects participate in a postprandial study to test the effects of the study diets on metabolic parameters throughout the day. Both of these studies are part of the Transdisciplinary Research on Energetics and Cancer (TREC). In the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial (PCPT) we are investigating metabolic biomarkers and insulin resistance in relation to prostate cancer risk. In a multi-site cohort of breast cancer suvivors (the Health, Eating, Activity and Lifestyle Study), we are examining the role of vitamin D and breast cancer progression and prognosis.
Reading, Writing, Speaking
Portuguese: Fluent, Fluent, Fluent
French: Functional, Basic, Basic
Spanish: Basic, Basic, Basic
American Association for Cancer Research
American Dietetic Association
American Society for Nutrition
American Society of Preventive Oncology
Honors and Awards
1999, JACN Best Scientific Paper Award, The American College of Nutrition, Folate and Neural Tube Defects
Application of a New Statistical Model for Measurement Error to the Evaluation of Dietary Self-report Instruments.. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.).. 2015.
Carotenoids, retinol, tocopherols, and prostate cancer risk: pooled analysis of 15 studies.. The American journal of clinical nutrition.. 2015.
Addressing Current Criticism Regarding the Value of Self-Report Dietary Data.. The Journal of nutrition.. 2015.
Serum androgens and prostate cancer risk: results from the placebo arm of the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial.. Cancer causes & control : CCC.. 2015.
Higher Eating Frequency Does Not Decrease Appetite in Healthy Adults.. The Journal of nutrition.. 2015.
Association Between Obesity and Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Risk-Reply.. JAMA oncology. 1(8):1171.. 2015.
Urinary cadmium and estimated dietary cadmium in the Women's Health Initiative.. Journal of exposure science & environmental epidemiology.. 2015.
Obesity and Prostate Cancer Risk According to Tumor TMPRSS2:ERG Gene Fusion Status.. American journal of epidemiology. 181(9):706-13.. 2015.
Chocolate-candy consumption and 3-year weight gain among postmenopausal U.S. women.. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.). 23(3):677-83.. 2015.
The Dietary Patterns Methods Project: synthesis of findings across cohorts and relevance to dietary guidance.. The Journal of nutrition. 145(3):393-402.. 2015.
Dietary polyamine intake and colorectal cancer risk in postmenopausal women.. The American journal of clinical nutrition.. 2015.
Reply to E Archer and SN Blair.. Advances in nutrition (Bethesda, Md.). 6(4):489.. 2015.
Red blood cell folate and plasma folate are not associated with risk of incident colorectal cancer in the Women's Health Initiative observational study.. International journal of cancer. Journal international du cancer.. 2015.
Genetic variation predicts serum lycopene concentrations in a multiethnic population of postmenopausal women.. The Journal of nutrition. 145(2):187-92.. 2015.
Alcohol consumption and breast cancer risk by estrogen receptor status: in a pooled analysis of 20 studies.. International journal of epidemiology.. 2015.
Pooled results from 5 validation studies of dietary self-report instruments using recovery biomarkers for potassium and sodium intake.. American journal of epidemiology. 181(7):473-87.. 2015.
Long-chain ω-3 fatty acid intake and endometrial cancer risk in the Women's Health Initiative.. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 101(4):824-34.. 2015.