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James Greenberg

Associate Professor
Health and Nutrition Sciences


James Greenberg's doctoral research, which focused on groundwater pollution, was followed by a position as a policy analyst in the New York City Health Services Administration. He then joined the academic faculty in the department of Health and Nutrition Sciences at Brooklyn College. His past research has included epidemiological and intervention studies aimed at exploring the effects of coffee and caffeine intake, body weight and blood pressure on the risk of conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. He has also performed a number of studies aimed at uncovering the effects of statistical biases on the association between body weight and mortality. He is a member of the Society for Epidemiological Research and has served as a reviewer for a number of journals, including the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, JAMA, The Lancet, Obesity, Diabetologia, International Journal of Obesity and Nutrition and Metabolism.

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