Emily E Hohman
Emily is a nutrition scientist interested in the interactions between diet and behavioral factors on growth and chronic disease risk in infants, children, adolescents, and pregnant women.
- Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
- Nutritional Sciences - NUTR
- Impact of diet and eating behaviors on health outcomes (growth, obesity risk, osteoporosis risk)
- Prenatal influences on child health and development
- Development of healthy eating behaviors in children
- Impacts of psychosocial and environmental factors on feeding and eating behaviors
"Perinatal Opioid Use and Maternal Nutrition and Health Status" — Emily Hohman, College of Health and Human Development; Sarah Kawasaki, College of Medicine; Tammy Corr, College of Medicine; Jennifer Savage Williams, College of Health and Human Development; and Danielle Symons Downs, College of Health and Human Development.
- Paul IM, Hohman EE, Birch LL, Shelly A, Vallotton CD, Savage JS. Exploring Infant Signing to Enhance Responsive Parenting: Findings from the INSIGHT Study. Maternal & Child Nutrition. (2019). PMID: 30810273
- Hohman EE, Balantekin KN, Birch LL, Savage JS. Dieting is associated with reduced bone mineral accrual in a longitudinal cohort of adolescent girls. BMC Public Health. (2018). Nov 22;18(1):1285. PMCID: PMC6251190
- Guo P, Rivera DE, Savage JS, Hohman EE, Pauley AM, Leonard KS, Symons Downs D. System Identification Approaches for Energy Intake Estimation: Enhancing Interventions for Managing Gestational Weight Gain. IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology. (2018). [Epub ahead of print]
- Freigoun M, Rivera DE, Gernand AD, Pauli J, Guo P, Hohman EE, Pauley AM, Leonard KS, Symons Downs D, Savage JS. A Dynamical Systems Model of Intrauterine Fetal Growth. Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems. (2018). 24(6):661-687. PMCID: PMC6258009
- Pauley AM, Hohman EE, Savage JS, Rivera DE, Guo P, Leonard KS, Symons Downs D. Gestational Weight Gain Intervention impacts determinants of healthy eating and exercise in overweight/obese pregnant women. Journal of Obesity. (2018). PMCID: PMC6188727
- Eagleton SG, Hohman EE, Verdiglione BS, Birch LL, Paul IM, Savage JS. INSIGHT Study Maternal Return to Work and Infant Weight Outcomes. Academic Pediatrics. (2018). 19(1):67-73. PMCID: PMC6321792
- Savage JS, Hohman EE, Marini ME, Shelly A, Paul IM, Birch LL. INSIGHT responsive parenting intervention and infant feeding practices: randomized clinical trial. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. (2018). Open Access Journal,15(1):64. PMCID: PMC6038199
- Balantekin KN, Hohman EE, Adams EL, Marini ME, Ventura, AK, Birch LL, Savage JS. More rapid increase in BMI from age 5-15 is associated with elevated weight status at age 24 among non-Hispanic white females. Eating Behaviors 2018; 31: 12-17. PMID: 30053676
- Savage JS, Hohman EE, Marini M, Shelly AS, Paul IM, Birch LL. INSIGHT responsive parenting intervention and infant feeding practices: randomized clinical trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2018; 15:64. PMID: 29986721
- Anzman-Frasca S, Paul IM, Moding KJ, Savage JS, Hohman EE, Birch LL. Effects of INSIGHT obesity preventive intervention on reported and observed infant temperament. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 2018. (epub ahead of print). PMID: 29927795
- Symons Downs D, Savage JS, Rivera DE, Smyth J, Rolls BJ, Hohman EE, McNitt K, Kunselman A, Stetter C, Pauley AM, Leonard KS, Guo P. Individually-tailored, adaptive intervention to manage gestational weight gain: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial in overweight and obese women. JMIR Research Protocols 2018; 7: e150. PMID: 29884603
- Hohman EE, Savage JS, Birch LL, Beiler JS, Paul IM. Pacifier use and early life weight outcomes in the Intervention Nurses Start Infants Growing on Healthy Trajectories Study. Childhood Obesity 2018; 14: 58-66. PMID: 28976781
- Paul IM, Hohman EE, Loken E, Savage JS, Anzman-Frasca S, Carper P, Marini ME, Birch LL. Mother-infant room sharing and sleep outcomes in the INSIGHT study. Pediatrics 2017; 140: e20170122. PMID: 28759407
- Hohman EE, Paul IM, Birch LL, Savage JS. INSIGHT responsive parenting intervention is associated with healthier patterns of dietary exposures in infants. Obesity 2017; 25: 185-191. PMID: 28008749
- Berger PK, Hohman EE, Marini ME, Savage JS, Birch LL. Girls’ picky eating in childhood is associated with normal weight status from ages 5 to 15 y. Am J Clin Nutr 2016; 104: 1577-1582. PMID: 27797710
- Hohman EE, Weaver CM. A grape-enriched diet increases bone calcium retention and cortical bone properties in ovariectomized rats. J Nutr 2015; 145: 253-259. PMID: 25644345
- Hohman EE, Martin BR, Lachcik PJ, Gordon DT, Fleet JC, Weaver CM. Bioavailability and efficacy of vitamin D2 from UV-irradiated yeast in growing, vitamin D-deficient rats. J Agric Food Chem. 2011; 59: 2341-6. PMID: 21332187
Dr. Hohman joined the Center for Childhood Obesity Research in August 2014 after completing her PhD in Nutrition Science at Purdue University. Her role at the center is to manage data for INSIGHT and SibSIGHT and to assist in analysis of data from these studies. She is also involved in curriculum development and data analysis for other previous and ongoing studies at the Center. Emily also has a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences from Cornell University. Her previous research training focused on nutritional physiology, and working at CCOR has allowed her to gain additional experience in behavioral research in nutrition. Her research interests broadly include the predictors of diet and weight status in early life and their effects on later health outcomes. On March 1, 2017, Emily transitioned to a faculty position. As faculty, she coordinates research projects designed to promote healthy dietary behaviors among mothers and infants, toddlers, and pre-school aged children; promotes the Center within Penn State through funding agencies, foundations and worldwide; fosters and supports the Center’s scientific activities, developing independent research, as appropriate; writing proposals and articles for publication in peer-reviewed journals in collaboration with colleagues at Penn State and elsewhere and participates in Center activities including seminars and conferences.
Dr. Hohman is the recipient of the National Institutes of Health's "10th Matilda White Riley Behavioral and Social Sciences Honors." She presented her research on how INSIGHT Responsiveness parenting intervention is associated with healthier patterns of dietary exposures in infants at the 2017 National Institues of Health Conference in Bethesda, MD.