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Jennifer Ford
Jennifer Ford
Assistant Research Professor
  • Nutritional Sciences - NUTR
  • PhD, Nutritional Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Nutritional Sciences and Kinesiology
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Office Address
202A Chandlee Lab
University Park, PA 16802

Ford JL, Green JB, Lietz G, Oxley A, Green MH. A simple plasma retinol isotope ratio method for estimating b-carotene relative bioefficacy in humans: validation with the use of model-based compartmental analysis. J Nutr 2017;147:1806–14.
Ford JL, Green JB, Green MH. Should we restrict vitamin A intake, a minor contributor to plasma retinol turnover, when using retinol isotope dilution equations to estimate an individual’s vitamin A status, or should vitamin A balance be maintained? J Nutr 2017;147:1483-6.
Lopez-Teros V, Ford JL, Green MH, Tang G, Grusak MA, Quihui-Cota L, Muzhingi T, Paz-Cassini M, Astiazaran-Garcia H. Use of a ‘Super-child’ Approach to Assess the Vitamin A Equivalence of Moringa oleifera Leaves, Develop a Compartmental Model for Vitamin A Kinetics, and Estimate Vitamin A Total Body Stores in Young Mexican Children. J Nutr 2017 (in press).
Green MH, Ford JL, Green JB. Retinol isotope dilution is applied during restriction of vitamin A intake to predict individual subject total body vitamin A stores at isotopic equilibrium. J Nutr. 2016;146:2407-11.
Green MH, Ford JL, Oxley A, Green JB, Park H, Berry P, Boddy AV, Lietz G. Plasma retinol kinetics and β-carotene bioefficacy are quantified by model-based compartmental analysis in healthy young adults with low vitamin A stores. J Nutr 2016;142:2129-36.
Green MH, Ford JL, Green JB, Berry P, Boddy AV, Oxley A, Lietz G. A Retinol Isotope Dilution Equation Predicts Both Group and Individual Total Body Vitamin A Stores in Adults Based on Data from an Early Postdosing Blood Sample. J Nutr 2016;146:2137-42.