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1 PAMELA S. HAINES, Dr.P.H., R.D Associate Professor University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Birthdate: March 8, 1948 Home Address: 116 E. Union St. Hillsborough, NC (919) Office Address: Department of Nutrition 2203 McGavran-Greenberg Hall, CB# 7461 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC Research activities and interests: Women s diet; Nutrition and Aging, Eating patterns; Food group consumption and dietary trends; Nutritional impacts of food supply changes; Nutrition policy; Chronic diseases nutritional epidemiology; Nutrition Monitoring; Dietary assessment methodology; Nutrition program evaluation and cost benefit/cost effectiveness analyses. EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING: Dr.P.H. Public Health Nutrition, University of North Carolina, Dissertation: Away From Home Food Expenditure Patterns and the Demand for Nutrients M.S. Food and Resource Economics, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Thesis: Impact of the Food Stamp Program and Nutrition Education on Nutrient Demand of Low Income Households Dietetic Internship. Vanderbilt University Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee, 1973 B.S. Human Nutrition and Institution Management Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1970.

2 2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: September 1991-Present. Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Graduate Program Director, Nutrition MPH Program since 1990 September 1984-September Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. July 1983-August Research Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at CH. August 1978-June Graduate Research Assistant, and Research Associate, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. September 1977-July Lecturer, Division of Nutrition Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. February 1977-July Research Associate, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. February 1977-July Nutrition Consultant, Tompkins County Nutrition Program for the Elderly, Ithaca, New York. June 1975-January Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. September 1973-June Public Health Nutrition Consultant I, State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Polk County Health Department. Senior public health nutritionist responsible for planning, implementation, and evaluation of nutrition component of county health department program. July 1972-July Dietetic Intern, Vanderbilt University Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee. June 1970-June Peace Corps Volunteer, Colombia, South America. ACADEMIC HONORS: Associate Editor; Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB), Delta Omega, Honor Society of Public Health, 1982 Gamma Sigma Delta, Honor Society of Agriculture, 1977 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS: American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) American Dietetic Association (ADA) American Public Health Association (APHA) Society for Nutrition Education (SNE); Board of Editors, Associate Editor, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior American Society for Nutritional Sciences (ASNS) American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN)

3 3 PUBLICATIONS: Food Group Intake and Brain Lesions in Late-Life Vascular Depression. Payne ME, Haines PS, Chambless LE, Anderson JJBA, Steffens DC. The Diet Quality Index-Revised: A Tool to Promote and Evaluate Dietary Change among Older Cancer Survivors Enrolled in a Home-Based Intervention Trial. Snyder DS, Slone R, Haines, P, Miller P, Clipp E, Morey C, Pieper C, Cohen H, Demark-Wahnefried (JADA) Qualitative research on presenting multiple behavior feedback in tailored cancer prevention messages among female community college students. Quintiliani L, Campbell M, Haines PS, Webber K. The Women s Health Initiative Study Group ( for the WHI Dietary Investigators). Dietary adherence in the Women s Health Initiative Dietary Modification Trial. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. Haines, P. Book review. Marketing Nutrition: Soy, Functional Foods, Biotechnology and Obesity. J Agribusiness 24, 1 Spring Sutherland LA, Campbell MK, Haines PS. Unraveling the Web: An evaluation of the content quality, usability, and readability of nutrition education web sites. J Nutr Ed Behav 2005:37(6): Reedy J, Haines PS, Campbell MK. Differences in fruit and vegetable intake among categories of dietary supplement users. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2005; Reedy J, Haines PS, Steckler A, Campbell MK. Qualitative comparison of dietary choices and dietary supplement use among older adults with and without a history of colorectal cancer. J Nutr Ed Behavior. 2005;37: Reedy J, Haines PS, Campbell M. The influence of health behavior clusters on dietary change. Prev Med 2005;41(1): Houston D, Stevens J, Cai J, and Haines P. Dairy, fruit and vegetable intakes and functional limitations and disability in a biracial cohort: the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study. Am J Clin Nutr 2005:81; Sharkey J, Branch L, Guiliani C, Zohoori N, Haines P. Nutrient intake and BMI as predictors of ADL disability over 1 year in homebound elders. The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging. 2004:8(3): Siega-Riz AM, Kranz S, Blanchette D, Haines PS, Guilkey DK, Popkin BM. The effect of participation in the WIC program on preschoolers diets. J Pediatrics 2004;144: Unauthored. Guest Editors, Costello R, Finkelstein F, Saldanha L, Dell Orlo. Executive Summary: Conference on Dietary Supplement Use in the Elderly.

4 4 Nutrition Reviews 2004:62; Finkelstein E, French S, Variyam J, Haines PS. Pros and cons of proposed interventions to promote healthy eating. Am J Prev Med. 2004; 27(2S): Kim S, Popkin BM, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS, Arab L. A cross-national comparison of lifestyle between China and the United States using a Comprehensive Cross-national Measurement tool of the Healthfulness of Lifestyles: the Lifestyle Index. Preventive Medicine 2004: 38:160?-171 Zizza C, Herring A, Domino M, Haines PS, Stevens J, Popkin B. The effect of weight change on nursing care facility admission in the NHANES Epidemiologic Followup Survey. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 2003;56(9): Kim S, Haines PS, Siega-Riz AM, Popkin BM. The Diet Quality Index- International (DQI-I) provides an effective tool for cross-national comparison of diet quality: An illustration between China and the United States. J Nutr 2003;133: Kim S, Popkin BM, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS, Arab L. A cross national comparison of lifestyle between China and the Unites States using a comprehensive cross-national measurement tool of the healthfulness of lifestyles: The Lifestyle Index. Preventive Medicine 2003;38: Haines PS, Hama MY, Guilkey DK, Popkin BM. Weekend eating in the United States is linked with greater energy, fat and alcohol intake Obesity Research. 2003:11(8): Unauthored. Guest Editors Dwyer J, Picciano MF, Raiten DJ. Future directions for What We Eat in America-NHANES: The Integrated CSFII- NHANES. J Nutrition; 2003;113. Manson JE, Hsia J, Johnson KC et al. (for the WHI investigators). Estrogen plus progestin and the risk of coronary heart disease. New England Journal of Medicine; 2003;349(6): Sharkey JR, Guiliani C, Haines PS, Branch LG, Busby-Whitehead J, Zohoori N. Summary measure of dietary musculoskeletal nutrient (calcium, vitamin D, magnesium, and phosphorus) intakes is associated with lower-extremity physical performance in homebound elderly men and women. Am J Clin Nutr 2003;77: Sharkey JR, Branch LG, Zohoori N, Guliani C, Busby-Whitehead J, Haines PS. Inadequate nutrient intake among homebound older persons in the community and its correlation with individual characteristics and healthrelated factors. Am J Clin Nutr 2002;76(6): Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Nutrition risk screening of Home Delivered Meal participants: Relation of individual risk factors to functional status. Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly 2002;22(1):15-34

5 5 Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Use of telephone-administered survey for identifying nutritional risk indicators among community-living older adults in rural areas. J Appl Gerontol. 2002;21(3): Sharkey JR, Haines PS. The feasibility of using a telephone-administered survey for determining nutritional service needs of non-institutionalized older adults in rural areas: Time and Costs. The Gerontologist 2001;41(4): Sharkey JR, Haines PS, Zohoori N. Community-based screening: Association between nutritional risk status and severe disability among rural home-delivered nutrition participants. Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly. 2001; 20(1): Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Black/White differences in nutritional risk among rural older adults: The Home Delivered Meals Program. Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly. 2001; 20(3): Popkin BM, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS, Jahns L. Where s the fat? Trends in US diets Preventive Medicine, 2001;32: Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Nutrition correlates of functional disability among at-risk community-living older adults. The Gerontologist. 2000;40(Spec 1):377. Casso D, White E, Patterson RE, Agurs-Collins T, Kooperberg C, Haines PS. Correlates of serum lycopene in older women. Nutrition and Cancer. 2000; 36: Haines PS. Consumer trends in fats and sweets: Policy options for dietary change. Journal of Food Distribution Research. 2000; 31(1): Haines PS, Siega-Riz AM, Popkin BM. The Diet Quality Index- Revised: A measurement instrument for populations. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 1999; 99: Popkin BM, Haines PS, Siega-Riz AM. Dietary patterns and trends in the United States: The UNC-CH approach. Appetite. 1999; 32:8-14. Carter-Edwards L, Haines PS, Tyroler HA, Davis CE, Hutchinson R. Population based study of diabetic s nutritional agreement with American Diabetes Association recommendations. Diabetes. 1998; 47(Supp 1):149. Haines PS, Guilkey DG, Popkin BM. Trends in breakfast consumption of US adults between 1965 and Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1996; 96: Popkin BM, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS. A comparison of dietary trends between racial and socioeconomic groups in the United States. New England Journal of Medicine. 1996; 335:

6 6 Popkin BP, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS. The nutritional impact of fortification in the United States during the 1970's. Family Economics and Nutrition Review. 1996; 9(4): Haines PS. Food consumption patterns in women. In: Nutrition and Women s Health Eds D. Krummel and P. Kris Etherton. Aspen Pubs Chapter 4 pp Patterson RE, Haines PS, Popkin BM. What is the proper use of a diet quality index-reply. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 1994(9):968 Sept Patterson RE, Haines PS, Popkin BM. Diet quality index: Capturing a multidimensional behavior. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1994; 94: Patterson RE, Haines PS, Popkin BM. Health lifestyle patterns of US adults. Preventive Medicine. 1994; 23: Ammerman A, DeVellis R, Carey T, Keyserling T, Strogatz D, Haines PS, Simpson R, Siscovick D. Physician-based diet counseling for cholesterol reduction: Current practices, determinants and strategies for improvement. Preventive Medicine. 1993; 22: Croft J, Strogatz D, James S, Keenan N, Ammerman A, Malarcher A, and Haines PS. Socioeconomic and behavioral correlates of Body Mass Index in Black adults: The Pitt County Study. American Journal of Public Health. 1992; 82(5): Ammerman A., DeVellis B, Haines PS, et al. Nutrition Education for cardiovascular disease prevention among low income populations: Description and pilot evaluation of a physician-based model. Patient Education and Counseling. 1992; 19(1): Dodds J, Parker L, and Haines PS. (Guest Editors). Hunger in the '80s and '90s. Supplement to Journal of Nutrition Education. 1992; 24(1): 1S-96S. Popkin B, Haines PS, Patterson R. Dietary changes among older Americans, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 1992; 55: Haines PS, Hungerford D, Popkin B, and Guilkey D. Eating patterns and energy and nutrient intakes of U.S. women. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1992; 92: Ammerman A, Haines PS, DeVellis R, Strogatz D, Keyserling T, Simpson R, Siscovick D. A brief dietary assessment to guide cholesterol reduction in low income individuals--design and validation. Journal American Dietetic Association. 1991; 91: Gerber A, James S, Ammerman A, Keenan N, Garrett J, Strogatz D, Haines PS. Socioeconomic status and electrolyte intake in Black adults: The Pitt County Study. American Journal of Public Health. 1991; 81: Strogatz D, James S, Haines PS, Elmer P, Gerber A, Browning S, Ammerman

7 7 A, Keenan N. Alcohol consumption and blood pressure in Black adults: The Pitt County Study. American Journal of Epidemiology (5): Ammerman AS, Keyserling TC, Carey TS, Devellis RF, Haines PS, Simpson RJ. Determinants of diet and cholesterol counseling by physicians. Circulation (2):737. Guilkey D, Haines PS, Popkin BM. The distribution of food consumption over a year: A longitudinal analysis. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 1990; 72(4): Haines PS, Popkin B, Guilkey DK. Methods of patterning eating behaviors of American women. Journal of Nutrition Education. 1990; 22: Popkin B, Guilkey DK, Haines PS. Food consumption changes of adult women between 1977 and 1985: The role of structural-behavioral shifts and population characteristics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 1989; 71: Popkin B, Haines PS, Reidy K. Food consumption trends of U.S. women: Patterns and determinants between 1977 and American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1989; 49: Haines PS. Book Review. Nutrition and Blood Pressure (Peter Bursztyn, ed.) Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1988; 88(60): Haines PS, Guilkey DK, Popkin B. Modeling food consumption decisions as a two-step process. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 1988; 70(3): Prewitt E., Haynes S, Graves K, Haines PS, Tyroler H, and Glueck C. Nutrient intake, lipids, and lipoprotein cholesterol in Black and White Children: The Lipid Research Clinics Prevalence Study. Preventive Medicine. 1988; 17: Haines PS and Popkin BM. Cereal products in the School Lunch Program. Cereal Foods World. 1988; 32: Akin J, Guilkey DK, Haines PS, Popkin BM. The impact of the School Lunch Program on nutrient intake. School Food Service Research Review. 1983; 7: Akin J, Guilkey DK, Haines PS, Popkin BM. Evaluating school meals. The Community Nutritionist. 1983; 2:4-7. Haines PS. Away from Home Food Consumption Practices and Nutrient Intakes of Young Adults. Proceedings of 29th Annual Conference of the American Council on Consumer Interest, March 16-19, Kansas City, Missouri. American Council on Consumer Interests. Columbia, MO Pp Popkin BM and Haines PS. Economics. Background paper for Selected Panel on Factors Affecting Food Selection, Food and Nutrition Board,

8 8 PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS: National Research Council. Methodologies for Assessing Factors Affecting Food Selection Akin J, Bass J, Guilkey DK, Haines PS, Popkin BM. Who benefits from school feeding: An analysis of participation in the National School Lunch Program. Food Technology. 1981; 35: Haines PS, Book Review of Nutrition Policy in Transition, by J. Schmandt, R. Shorey and L. Kinch. Journal of Nutrition Education. 1981; 13:125. Popkin B, Haines PS. Factors Affecting Food Selection: The Role of Economics. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1981; 79: Popkin B, Akin J, Haines PS, MacDonald M, Spicer DA. Nutrition Program Options for Maternal and Child Health. Institute for Research on Poverty, Special Report Series No. 28. University of Wisconsin-Madison Davis C, Neenan (Haines) PS. Impact of Food Stamp and Nutrition Education Programs on food group expenditure and nutrient intake of low income households. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics. 1979; 11: Sanjur D, Haines PS, Travis S, Brooks M, Hammons B, Immink M. Food expenditures, consumption and nutrient availability among New York State EFNEP households. Search, 1979; 9(3): Neenan (Haines) PS. Impact of the Food Stamp Program and Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Programs on food expenditures and nutrient intake of low income rural Florida households. Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 805. University of Florida, Gainesville Neenan (Haines) PS, Davis C. Impact of the Food Stamp Program on low income household food consumption in rural Florida. Southern Journal Agricultural Economics. 1977; 9: Snyder DC, Sloane R, Haines PS, et al. Applying the Diet Quality Index Revised to intervene and measure diet quality among older adults with breast or prostate cancer enrolled in a lifestyle intervention. J American Dietetic Association, Reedy J, Haines PS. Dietary differences among categories of dietary supplement use in colorectal cancer survivors and a comparison population. FASEB J. (Presented at Experimental Biology, Washington DC, April, 2004.) Haines PS. How to Get Published. JNEB 36(4). July August, JNEB. Presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 16-21, Sharkey JR, Haines PS. A method for collecting dietary intake from older adults: The use of face-to-face and telephone administered multiple-pass 24-hour dietary recalls. FASEB J 15 (5):A734, March 2001.

9 9 Haines PS, Guilkey, Popkin, BM, Hama M. The effect of season of year on food group assessment. FASEB J 15(5):A743, March Sharkey JR, Haines PS, Zohoori N. Community-based screening: Nutritional risk status and severity disability among rural older adults. FASEB J 14(4):A205, March Kranz S, Siega-Riz, Haines PS. Influence of breakfast patterning on diet quality. FASEB J 14(4):A205, March Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Economic need and race differences in highest level of nutrition risk among rural Title III home delivered meals participants. J Am Geriatric Soc 47(9):P50, Sept Sharkey JR, Haines PS, Zohoori N. Nutritional risk and functional limitations in home-delivered meals participants. FASEB J 13(4):A606 Part 1 Suppl, March Haines PS, Carson TA, Jones BA. Project Eating Styles: Evaluating dietary pattern and food intake predictors in adult women. FASEB J 13(5):A696 Part 2 Suppl, March Popkin BM, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS, Jahns L Where s the fat? Trends in US diets FASEB J 13(5):A873Part 2 Suppl. S Mar Haines PS, Siega-Riz AM, Popkin BM. The Revised diet quality index: A population level dietary assessment tool. FASEB J, 12(5):4884 Part 2 Suppl. S March Carter-Edwards L, Haines PS, Tyroler HA. Population-based study of African Americans diabetics nutritional agreement with the American Diabetes Association recommendations. Diabetes 47:581 Suppl 1, May Haines PS, Popkin BM, Siega-Riz. US dietary trends between racial and socioeconomic groups. FASEB J, 10(3):4185 March Patterson RE, Haines PS. Counting fruits, vegetables, grains and legumesmethods and results. Am J Clin Nutr 59(1):S288, Suppl Jan, Haines PS, Popkin, BM, Patterson RE, Guilkey DK, Bardsley PE. Comparisons of dietary intakes and intake determinants across alternative at-home and awayfrom-home eating patterns. Am J Clin Nutr 59(1):S304 Suppl, Jan Patterson, RE, Haines PS, Popkin BM. An index for measuring diet quality- Capturing a multidimensional behavior. Am J Clin Nutr 59(1):S306, Jan Haines PS, Guilkey DK, Popkin BM. Nutritional impacts associated with changing macronutrient food consumption patterns. Appetite 19(2):185, Oct Ammerman AS, Keyserling TC, Carey TS, Haines PS. Determinants of diet and cholesterol counseling by physicians. Circulation 83(2):737, Feb 1991.

10 10 Ammerman AS, Carey TS, Devellis RF, Strogatz DS, Keyserling TC, Haines PS, Simpson RJ. A physician-based dietary intervention to reduce cholesterol. Circulation 82 (4):59 Suppl, Oct Prewitt TE, Glueck CJ, Haynes SG, Graves K, Haines PS, Tryoler HA. Determinants of lipoprotein cholesterol differences in black and white school children. Circulation 74(4):36 Part 2 Suppl, S Haines PS, Popkin BM. The role of cereal products in the School Lunch Program. Cereal Foods World 30(8):553, INVITED LECTURES: Haines, PS. Dietary Trends and the Obesity Epidemic. The First International Ancel Keys Symposium on Nutrition and Health: The International Obesity Epidemic Symposium, lecture. September 4, 2004 Haines PS, University of Hawaii invited lecturer: Economics of food choice: Health Promotion Potential. March 10, 2003, University of Hawaii. Haines PS, University of Maryland Distinguished Lecturer Eating for Health: Can We Measure it? University of Maryland, October 10, 2002 Haines, PS. The Impact of Season and Day of Week on Food Intakes. What We Eat in America Research and Results Conference. USDA November, Haines PS. Economic factors affecting food choice. Invited presentation. USDA Behavioral Nutrition Research Roundtable. New Orleans, LA, January , 2000 Haines PS, Hama MY, Guilkey DK, Popkin BM. Invited presentation. Do seasonality and day of week matter in estimating nutrient intakes in the U.S. population? Presented at the fourth International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods, Tucson, AZ. September Haines PS, Hama MY, Guilkey DK, Popkin BM. The impact of season and day of week on dietary intakes? Presented at the Annual meeting of the USDA Regional Food Demand and Consumption Committee, (S-278), Madison Wisconsin, October, Haines PS. Does seasonality matter? Effects of seasonality on estimates of food intake. Presented at the Food Surveys Research Group Conference. What we eat in America: Research and Results. Washington, DC. November Haines PS. Consumer Trends in Fats and Sweets, Presented at the Food Distribution Research Society, Texas A&M University, San Antonio, TX. October, 1999 Haines PS, P Basiotis. Factors associated with the decline in percent of

11 11 energy from fat. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Regional Food Demand and Consumption Regional Committee, S-278, St. Louis, MO, October 21-22, Haines PS, Basiotis P. How do our diets measure up? The Healthy Eating Index and the Diet Quality Index as Measures of the US Diet. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Council on Consumer Interests, Washington, DC, March 26-27, Haines PS. Invited symposium speaker. Measuring Variety and Moderation in Diet Quality Indices. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Dietetics Association, Kansas City, October 20, Haines PS. What the textbooks forgot: Real problems encountered in research design and data analysis. Symposium director and presentation. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Montreal, Quebec, July Haines PS. Knowledge and attitudes related to food and nutrition behavior: Nutrition and Economics. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Regional Food Demand and Consumption Regional Committee. Coeur d Alene, Idaho, October 8-10, Haines PS. Assessment of dietary quality indices. Nutrition and Food Security in the Food Stamp Program. Invited presentation, USDA, Food and Consumer Service annual conference. February 12, Haines PS. Nutritional impacts of macronutrient substitutions in the US food supply". Presented at the International Life Sciences Institute 1992 Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, January 19-22, Haines PS. Nutritional impacts associated with changing macronutrient food consumption patterns. Presented at the 1st annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior, Princeton, NJ, June 24-28, Haines PS, Popkin B, Guilkey DK. Eating Out--Who and Where? USDA Annual Outlook Conference, Washington, DC. November 30, Popkin B, Haines PS, Guilkey D, Reidy K. Food Choices - What and Why. USDA Annual Outlook Conference, Washington, DC. November 30, Haines PS. Can the Federal School Meals Programs be used to Promote the Dietary Guidelines in Children? Invited paper presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cereal Chemists, Orlando, Florida, September 22-26, Haines PS. Young People: Maximizing Potential---Nutrition and The School Feeding Program. Invited paper presented at the 17th annual meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 9-11, Haines PS. Nutrient Intake and Away from Home Expenditure Patterns of Young Adults. Invited paper presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the American Council on Consumer Interests, Kansas City, Missouri, March 17-20, 1983.

12 12 PAPERS PRESENTED AT NATIONAL MEETINGS: Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Inadequate nutrient intake among home-delivered meal recipients. Presented at Experimental Biology 2002, April, Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Variations in nutritional risk among black and white women who receive home delivered Nutrition. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, October, Johnson-Taylor, W, Haines PS. Impact of Medical Nutrition Therapy on nutritional indices of patients with AIDS related wasting. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, October, Johnson-Taylor, W, Dodds JM, Haines PS. Impact of Nutrition Intervention for patients with AIDS-related wasting on quality of life. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, October, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS, Kranz S. Nutrient quality across food sources among US children. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, October, 2001 Carson TA, Haines PS. Enjoyment as a predictor of fruit and vegetable consumption. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Oakland, CA, July, Sharkey JR, Haines PS. A method for collecting dietary intake from older adults: The use of face-to-face and telephone administered multiple-pass 24-hour dietary recalls. Presented at Experimental Biology 2001, Orlando Florida, April, Haines PS, Guilkey, Popkin, BM, Hama M. The effect of season of year on food group assessment. Presented at Experimental Biology 2001, Orlando Florida, April Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Nutritional and functional challenges for community-based older adult services. Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, March Sharkey JR, Haines PS and Zohoori N. Community-based screening for nutritional and functional status among older adults in rural North Carolina. Presented at the Southern Geronological Society Annual Meeting. March Sharkey JR, Haines PS, Zohoori N. Community based screening: Association between nutritional risk status and severe disability among rural home-delivered nutrition participants. Presented at Experimental Biology 2000, San Diego, Ca. April Sharkey JR, Haines PS, Wasko C. Identification of Nutritional risk among community dwelling older adults in a rural North Carolina county: Community-based Telephone Screening. Presented at the 1 st International

13 13 Conference on Rural Aging: A Global Challenge, West Virginia, Haines PS, Popkin. Do seasonality and day of week matter in estimating nutrient intakes of the US population? Presented at the Fourth International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods, Tucson, AZ, September, Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Nutrition correlates of functional disability among at-risk community-living older adults. Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting, November Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Use of telephone-administered screening for determining nutritional risk among community-living older adults in rural areas. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston MA, November Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Disparities in nutritional risk among black and white older adults in rural areas: The Home Delivered Meals Program. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston MA, November Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Community-based screening for nutritional and functional risk among rural older adults. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston MA, November Haines PS, Carson TA, Jones, BJ. Project Eating Styles: Evaluating Dietary Predictors in Adult Women. Oral presentation at Experimental Biology 99, April , 1999, Washington, DC. Popkin B, Siega-Riz AM, Haines PS, Jahns L. Where s the fat? Trends in US diets Oral presentation at Experimental Biology 99, April , 1999, Washington, DC. Sharkey J, Haines PS, Zohoori N. Nutritional risk and functional limitations in home-delivered meals participants. Poster presentation at Experimental Biology 99. April 17-21, Washington, DC. Haines PS, Carson TA and Jones B. Project Eating Styles: Evaluating Diet Predictors in Adult Women. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Baltimore, MD. July 24-28, Sharkey JR, Haines PS. Economic need and race differences in highest level of nutrition risk among rural Title III Home Delivered Meals participants. American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting Sharkey JR, Haines PS, Zohoori N. Association between nutritional risk and functional disability in Home-Delivered Measle participants. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association meeting, November Haines PS, AM Siega-Riz and BM Popkin. The Diet Quality Index Revised: How does our diet measure up? Annual meeting of Experimental Biology, San Francisco, CA, April 18-22, Haines PS, Popkin B, Siega-Riz AM. US dietary trends between racial and

14 14 socioeconomic (SES) groups. Presented at Experimental Biology 96. Washington, DC April 14-17, Haines PS, Patterson R, Metz J. Do nutrition knowledge and attitudes influence diet quality? Presented at the 1994 annual meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Portland OR, July 17-20, Haines PS. Assessment of healthy eating as an educational tool: Methodological issues. Presented at the 1994 annual meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Portland, OR, July 17-20, Haines PS, Lutz S. Diet and health attitudes among white, black and Hispanic women: The 1989 Diet and Health Knowledge Survey. Presented at the 1994 annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington DC, Oct 30- Nov 4, Haines PS. Healthy dietary patterns: Do knowledge and attitudes matter? Presented at the Society for Nutrition Education Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, July 17-21, Haines PS, Popkin B, Patterson, R. Bardsley, P. Comparisons of dietary intakes and intake determinants across alternative at-home and away-fromhome eating patterns. Presented at the first International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods. St Paul, MN, September 20-23, Patterson R., Haines PS, Popkin B. An index for measuring diet quality: capturing a multi-dimensional behavior. Presented at the first International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods. St Paul, MN, September 20-23, Patterson R, Haines PS. Counting fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes: methods and results. Presented at the first International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods. St Paul, MN, September 20-23, Haines PS, DeVellis R, Metz J, Bardsley P, PopkinB. Diet and Health Perceptions in the 1989 Diet and Health Knowledge Survey. Presented at the 119th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. Atlanta, GA, November 10-14, Haines PS, James S, Strogatz D, Ammerman A, Gerber A, Keenan N. Nutrient Intake Differences by SES Status in a Southern Black Population. Presented at the Fifth International Interdisciplinary Conference on Hypertension in Blacks, Long Beach, CA, May 3-7, Haines PS, Hungerford D, Popkin B, Guilkey D. Trends in Away from Home Eating Patterns. Presented at the 118th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, New York, New York, September 30- October 4, Bernard S, Haines PS, Peterson M, Smith J. Overweight Children: A Public Health Dilemma. Presented at the 118th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, New York, New York, September 30-October 4, 1990.

15 15 Haines PS, James S, Strogatz D, Ammerman A, and Keenan N. Behavioral Correlates of Obesity in A southern Black Population. Presented at 2nd International Conference on Preventive Cardiology and the 29th Annual Meeting of the AHA Council on Epidemiology, Washington, DC. June 18-22, Ammerman A., Siscovick DS, Haines PS, DeVellis B, Strogatz D, Keyserling TC, Simpson R. The Food for Heart Program: A Physician Based Dietary Intervention to Reduce Atherogenic Risk Among Low Income Patients. Presented at 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education, Chicago, Illinois, July 19-21, Ammerman A, Haines PS, DeVellis R, Strogatz D, Keyserling TC, Siscovick D, Carey T, and Simpson R. Validation of a Dietary Atherogenic Risk Assessment to Guide Physician Counseling for Southern Low Income Patients. Presented at the 117th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Chicago, Illinois, October 22-26, Haines PS, Popkin B, Guilkey D. Determinants of Food Group Consumption Change Presented at the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 18-22, Smith S, Haines PS, Edozien J. Effect of Calcium Supplementation on Blood Pressure in Black Women. Presented at the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 18-22, Haines PS. Determinants of Fish Consumption Among U.S. Women. Presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Dietetic Association, Atlanta, Georgia, October 19-23, Haines PS, Thomson A. Economic Benefits of Home Health Nutrition Services for Diabetes Mellitus Care. Presented at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, September 28-October 2, Wright E, Whitehead T, Haines PS. Sociocultural Aspects of Body Image. Poster session, 114th Annual Meeting of the American Public Heath Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, September 28-October 2, CONTRACTS AND GRANTS RECEIVED: Principal Junior Faculty Development Award, UNC-CH, $3,000 Investigator: "The Impact of Female Employment on Household Food Practices and Dietary Intakes of Adult Females." University Council Research Award, UNC-CH, $1,500 "Dietary Status and Eating Patterns." USDA Cooperative Agreement No , $120,581

16 16 "Dietary Status and Eating Patterns II." USDA Cooperative Agreement No , $203,699 "A Profile of Dietary Patterns and Trends Among the Aging." International Life Sciences Institute - Nutrition Foundation; Co-PI with B. Popkin, ; $26,086 "The Nutritional Impacts of Macronutrient Substitutes in the US Food Supply." International Life Sciences Institute--Nutrition Foundation $20,000 Knowledge and Attitudes Related to Dietary Choices Among U.S. Men and Women." USDA Cooperative Agreement No , $223,706 US Dietary Trends Kellogg Corp. Co- PI with B. Popkin, "Public Health Nutrition Trigger Video Development." Lupton Special Opportunities Fund. 1994, $4,600 Development and Evaluation of the Eating Style Index. UDSA Food and Consumer Service (Ancillary study to WHI), $178,145 Effects of Seasonality on the US Diet. USDA , $300,697 Co-PI with B. Popkin. Lifestyle Mediators of Diet Quality. ERS-USDA $200,000 Associate Editor, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, , $184,960 Co-Investigator "Food Purchasing Costs, Behavior and Values of EFNEP Families; An Interdisciplinary Approach." USDA, PI: Diva Sanjur, Cornell University, Coordinating Center, NHLBI Lipid Research Clinics Program. NIH-NHLBI; PI: O. Dale Williams, "Determinants of Food Group Consumption." USDA; PI: B. Popkin, "SES, John Henryism and Hypertension Risk in Blacks." NIH; PI: Sherman James, "Dietary Fiber and CHD." School of Public Health Program for Health Promotion/Disease Prevention; PI: H. Tyroler, "Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD): A Pilot Study to Evaluate Treatment and Prevention Strategies for Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease-Clinical Centers" NIH, NHLBI-HC-92-11; P.I. David Sheps; "Test of a Rural Nurse Intervention to Lower Cholesterol". NIH, P.I. Alice Ammerman; Women's Health Initiative. NIH. P.I. Gerardo Heiss,

17 17 Food Demand, Nutrition, and Consumer Behavior. (Cooperative Regional Research Project) USDA, Understanding Child Nutrition in the year USDA-ERS P.I. Barry Popkin, Lifestyle Mediators of Behavior Change USDA ERS, PI Pam Haines

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