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keywords Obesity, Pediatric
overview My research focuses on mechanisms underlying the negative cardiometabolic consequences of insufficient sleep and circadian misalignment in adolescents. Short sleep duration and circadian misalignment are believed to contribute to health problems, including obesity and insulin resistance. Adolescence is a time of chronic short sleep duration and a propensity for delayed circadian phase. However, imposed early school start times mean that adolescents are often unable to avoid going to bed late, yet are woken early in the morning during their biological night and out of synchronization with their circadian rhythm. Yet, a gap remains with little information on the relationship between sleep and circadian rhythms and health in adolescents. My current research studies are examining the associations between sleep duration and insulin sensitivity in adolescents, including healthy youth, and teens with obesity, type 1, and type 2 diabetes.

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Concept Obesity
Academic Article The association between sleep duration and weight in treatment-seeking preschoolers with obesity.
Academic Article The relationship among child weight status, psychosocial functioning, and pediatric health care expenditures in a medicaid population.
Academic Article Moderators of weight-based stigmatization among youth who are overweight and non-overweight: the role of gender, race, and body dissatisfaction.
Academic Article Learning about Activity and Understanding Nutrition for Child Health (LAUNCH): Rationale, design, and implementation of a randomized clinical trial of a family-based pediatric weight management program for preschoolers.
Academic Article Health-Related Quality of Life in a Community Sample of Preschool-Age Children with and without Obesity.
Academic Article Are Preschoolers Meeting the Mark? Comparing the Dietary, Activity, and Sleep Behaviors of Preschoolers With Obesity to National Recommendations.
Academic Article Clinic and Home-Based Behavioral Intervention for Obesity in Preschoolers: A Randomized Trial.
Academic Article Sleep duration mediates the relationship between health behavior patterns and obesity.
Academic Article Too Late and Not Enough: School Year Sleep Duration, Timing, and Circadian Misalignment Are Associated with Reduced Insulin Sensitivity in Adolescents with Overweight/Obesity.
Grant Impact of Sleep Extension on Insulin Sensitivity and Dietary Intake in Adolescents
Academic Article Morning Circadian Misalignment Is Associated With Insulin Resistance in Girls With Obesity and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
Academic Article Changes in diet quality and home food environment in preschool children following weight management.
Concept Pediatric Obesity
Grant Influence of Sleep Duration on Health Behavior Patterns and Childhood Obesity Risk
Academic Article Sleep duration and bedtime in preschool-age children with obesity: Relation to BMI and diet following a weight management intervention.
Academic Article Sleep & Circadian Health are Associated with Mood & Behavior in Adolescents with Overweight/Obesity.
Academic Article Maintenance Following a Randomized Trial of a Clinic and Home-based Behavioral Intervention of Obesity in Preschoolers.
Academic Article Longitudinal Assessment of Sleep Trajectories during Early Childhood and Their Association with Obesity.
Academic Article Poor Sleep Is Related to Metabolic Syndrome Severity in Adolescents With PCOS and Obesity.
Academic Article Depression in Girls With Obesity and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and/or Type 2 Diabetes.

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