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Terry Hartman  

Updated: 11/10/2014    [update]
Professor (Graduate Faculty)


Department of:
Epidemiology

1518 Clifton Road, NE
CNR 3035
Atlanta, GA 30322
tjhartm@emory.edu
tel: (404) 727-8713
fax: 404-727-8737

B.A., 1984, North Dakota State University
M.S., 1985, Texas A & M University
Ph.D., 1995, University of Minnesota
M.P.H., 1996, Harvard University School of Public Health
Fellow, 1996, Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program, NCI, NIH
 
Courses Taught:
GH 591L: Assessment of Dietary Intakes
 
Areas of Interest/Research:
Cancer Prevention
Maternal and Child Health
Nutrition
Obesity Prevention
 
Selected Research Projects:
Terry Hartman is Professor of Epidemiology in the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University. Her research is focused on the role of diet and nutrition in the etiology and prevention of chronic diseases—especially cancer—and the development and application of improved dietary assessment methods in chronic disease research. Prior to relocating to Emory in January, 2013, she was Professor of Nutrition and Director of the Diet Assessment Center at The Pennsylvania State University. As a nutrition epidemiologist, she has nearly 20 years of experience exploring associations between nutritional exposures and chronic disease in large data sets and has designed and collaborated on multi-disciplinary clinical trials to work toward understanding the mechanisms for these associations.
 
Selected Publications:
Vernarelli J, Mitchell DC, Rolls BJ,
Hartman, T
J
Dietary energy density, body size and biomarkers of cancer risk in US adults
Eur J Nutr
, Mar 25: [Epub], 2014.
 
Jones JA,
Hartman, T
J, Klifa CS, Coffman DL, Mitchell DC, Vernarelli JA, Snetselaar LG, Van Horn L, Stevens VJ, Robson AM, Himes JH, Shepherd JA, Dorgan JF
Dietary energy density is positively associated with breast density among young women
J Acad Nutr Diet
, Oct 6: [Epub], 2014.
 
Alcantera I, Haardorfer R, Gazmararian JA,
Hartman, T
J, Green BM, Kegler MC
Relative validation of fruit and vegetable intake and fat intake among overweight and obese African American women
Pub Health Nutr
, in press: 2014.
 
Whalen KA, McCullough M, Flanders,
Hartman, T
J, Judd S, Bostick R
Paleolithic and Mediterranean diet pattern scores and risk for incident sporadic colorectal adenomas
Am J Epidemiol
, Oct 17: [Epub], 2014.
 
Veeranki SP, Gebretsadik T, Dorris SL, Mitchell EF, Hartert TV, Cooper WO, Tylavsky FA, Dupont W,
Hartman, T
J, Carroll KN
Association of folic acid supplementation during pregnancy and infant bronchiolitis
Am J Epidemiol
, 179: 938-946, 2014.
 
 
Link to this page: http://www.sph.emory.edu/faculty/TJHARTM