Alicia Landry, Ph.D., R.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition and Food Systems

Research Interests


Child Nutrition Programs (especially Farm to School efforts), Child Nutrition and Obesity Prevalence, Health Literacy, Health Disparities, and Statistical Methods

Teaching Interests
Community Nutrition, Child Nutrition, and Research Methodology

 

 

Thomson, J. L., Landry, A. S., Zoellner, J. M., Tudor-Locke, C., Webster, M., Connell, C., & Yadrick, K. (2012). Several steps/day indicators predict changes in anthropometric outcomes: HUB City Steps. BMC Public Health, 12, 983. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-983

 Zoellner, J. M., Hill, J. L., Zynda, K., Sample, A. D., & Yadrick, K. (2012). Environmental perceptions and objective walking trail audits inform a community-based participatory research walking intervention. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 89 .DOI: 10.1186/1479-5868-9-6

 Anderson-Lewis, C., Cuy-Castellanos, D., Byrd, A., Zynda, K., Sample, A., Reed, V.B., Beard, M., Minor, L., Yadrick, K.  Utilizing mixed methods to measure the perception of community capacity in an academic-community partnership for a walking intervention.  Health Promotion Practice.  2012; 13:788-796.  doi:10.1177/1524839911404230. PMCID: PMC3329590

 Newton Jr., R. L., Thomson, J. L., Rau, K. K., Duhe, S. A., Sample, A. D., Singleton, N. N., Anton, S. D., Webber, L. S., and Williamson, D. A.  (2011). Psychometric Characteristics of Process Evaluation Measures for a Rural School-based Childhood Obesity Prevention Study: LA Health. American Journal of Health Promotion, 25(6), 417 – 421.

 Gabriele, J. M., Stewart, T. M., Sample, A., Davis, A. B., Allen, R., Martin, C. K., Newton, R. L., Jr., & Williamson, D. A. (2010).  Development of an Internet-based obesity prevention program for children.  Journal of Diabetes Science & Technology, 4, 723 – 732.

 

Martin, C. K., Thomson, J. L., LeBlanc, M. M., Stewart, T. M., Newton, R. L., Han, H., Sample, A., Champagne, C. M., & Williamson, D. A. (2010).  Children in school cafeterias select foods containing more saturated fat and energy than the Institute of Medicine recommendations.  Journal of Nutrition, 140, 1653 – 1660.