Publications

The searchable list below includes peer-reviewed publications by CPC fellows, predoctoral trainees, postdoctoral scholars, and professional staff during the period of 2004 - present. 

Additional publications by our research projects and their collaborative communities may be found on their respective web sites such as:


Dee, Deborah L.; Sharma, Andrea J.; Cogswell, Mary E.; Grummer-Strawn, Laurence M.; Fein, Sara B.; & Scanlon, Kelley S. (2008). Sources of Supplemental Iron among Breastfed Infants during the First Year of Life. Pediatrics, 122, Suppl. 2, S98-104.

Jasti, Sunitha; Siega-Riz, Anna Maria; Cogswell, Mary E.; & Hartzema, Abraham G. (2006). Correction for Errors in Measuring Adherence to Prenatal Multivitamin/Mineral Supplement Use among Low-Income Women. Journal of Nutrition, 136(2), 479-83.

Siega-Riz, Anna Maria; Hartzema, Abraham G.; Turnbull, Craig; Thorp, John M., Jr.; McDonald, Thaddeus L.; & Cogswell, Mary E. (2006). The Effects of Prophylactic Iron Given in Prenatal Supplements on Iron Status and Birth Outcomes: A Randomized Controlled Trial. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 194(2), 512-9.

Jasti, Sunitha; Siega-Riz, Anna Maria; Cogswell, Mary E.; Hartzema, Abraham G.; & Bentley, Margaret E. (2005). Pill Count Adherence to Prenatal Multivitamin/Mineral Supplement Use among Low-Income Women. Journal of Nutrition, 135(5), 1093-1101.

Bodnar, Lisa Marie; Siega-Riz, Anna Maria; & Cogswell, Mary E. (2004). High Prepregnancy BMI Increases the Risk of Postpartum Anemia. Obesity Research, 12(6), 941-8.

Bodnar, Lisa Marie; Siega-Riz, Anna Maria; & Cogswell, Mary E. (2004). Response: Prepregnancy BMI and the Risk of Postpartum Anemia: What Does Information on Adverse Delivery Events Add? [letter]. Obesity Research, 12(11), 1904-5.

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