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Nutritional Interventions in Mitochondrial Disorders - Barbara Marriage PhD, RD
Nutritional Interventions in Mitochondrial Disorders  
2015 SERC-SERGG Annual Conference
Novant Health Winston Salem
Novant Health Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinic
Winston Salem, NC  
July 17th, 2015

About the Presentation
Dr. Marriage presents Nutritional Interventions in Mitochondrial Disorders.

Presenter Biography
Barbara Marriage is an Associate Director in Global Regulatory Science and Innovation involved in early stage projects in both adult and pediatric nutrition. She was previously Manager of the Pediatric Clinical Nutrition group in Scientific and Medical Affairs and was responsible for clinical research in the area of pediatrics and maternal nutrition. Barbara received a BSc in Applied Human Nutrition from the University of Guelph, an MSc in Nutrition and a PhD in Medical Sciences from the University of Alberta.  Before joining Abbott in 2002, she worked for over 20 years as a clinical research dietitian with extensive experience in the nutritional management of patients and families with inborn errors of metabolism. Her research interests include early programming, childhood obesity, maternal health and inborn errors of metabolism. Dr Marriage has published over 25 articles in peer-reviewed journals, written book chapters and newsletters, and has given many presentations on nutrition related topics.

Selected Publications by the Presenter
Recent publications

Hester SN, Hustead DS, Mackey AD, Singhal A, Marriage BJ. Is the Macronutrient Intake of Formula Fed Infants Greater than Breast Fed Infants in Early Infancy? J Nutr Metab, Vol 2012: Article ID891201, 13 pages, 2012.

Oliveros Leal L, Paul Salto RR, Torres Cardona L, Williams JA, Marriage BJ, Ruiz Debeza R, Conde Bueso E, del Campo Yubero J, Ros Mar L. Dietary Habits and Nutrient Intakes of a Cohort of Healthy Children in Spain. The Open Nutrition J 6: 123-130, 2012.

Williams JA. Yankina A, Choe YS, Dokukina L, Brazol M, Altshuler E, Gordon M, Ostrovskiy N, Kuraev E Marriage BJ.

Effects of Nutritional Supplementation on Prealbumin Concentrations in Pediatric Burn Patients: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. The Open Nutrition J 7: 20-25, 2013.

Ramos-Paul R, Marriage BJ, Ruiz Debeza R, Oliveros Leal L, Ros Mar L, Torres Cardona L, Williams JA. Impact of Picky Eating on Level of Family Stress in Healthy Children between the Ages of 3 and 6 Years. The Open Nutrition J 8: 13-18, 2014.

Frazier DM, Allgeier C, Homer C, Marriage BJ, Ogata B, Rohr F, Splett PL, Stembridge A, Singh RH. Nutrition management guideline for male syrup urine disease: An evidence- and consensus-based approach. Mol Genet Metab 112:210-217, 2014.

Sherry CL, Oliver JS, Renzi LM, Marriage BJ.Lutein supplementation increases breast milk and plasma lutein concentrations in lactating women and infant plasma concentrations but does not affect other carotenoids.J Nutr 144(8): 1256-1263, 2014.

Sherry CL, Oliver JS, Marriage BJ. Docosahexaenoic acid supplementation in lactating women increases breast milk and plasma docosahexaenoic acid concentartions and alters infant omega 6:3 fatty acid ratio. Protaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids 95:63-69, 2015.

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