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Sumantra Ray

  Professor

OUTPUTS

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS

Shivani Bhat, Dr Rahul Jain, Rowena Leung, Elaine MacAninch, Dr Sumantra Ray, Dr Karen Fleming (2019). A feasibility pilot session: teaching kitchens as innovative nutrition education tools for family medicine residents. Canada.

 

L. Buckner, S. Bhat, S. Bhar, S. Ray, A. Roy, D. Crocombe, H. Carter, S. Maitra-Nag, Z. Qamar, P. Douglas, M. Rajput-Ray, S. Ray (2019). P200 The Evaluation of Mobile Teaching Kitchens as a Nutrition Education Tool to Improve Health Outcomes in Underserved Communities. SNEB Conference, Orlando, USA.

 

Ali Ahsan Khalid, Rajna Golubic, David Urwin (2019). Primary care data: ‘’Lower carbohydrate diets in type 2 diabetes and metabolic improvements in a UK primary care service’’ has been accepted as a poster Presentation for the 55thEASD Annual Meeting in Barcelona.

 

Eleanor Beck and the ANZ crew (2019). Dietitians in medical education. DAA Gold Coast.

 

Laur, C., Keller, H., Bhat, S., Bradfield, J., Douglas, P., Rajput-Ray, M., Ray, S. (2018) Physician Input Within a Multidisciplinary Team to Manage Patients at Nutrition Risk. Family Medicine Forum conference.

 

Laur C, Keller H, Valaitis R, Ray S, Bell J. (2018) Strategies for sustaining and spreading nutrition care changes in acute care: A thematic analysis from the More-2-Eat Study. Waterloo-Wellington Clinical Research and Quality Improvement.

 

Laur C, Keller H, Valaitis R, Ray S, Bell J. (2018) Strategies for sustaining and spreading nutrition care changes in acute care: A thematic analysis from the More-2-Eat Study. 11th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health.

 

Amin, P; Herath, D; Rajput-Ray, M; Ray, S; Golubic, R; First insights into expressed nutrition training needs of a sample of trainee doctors in Cambridge (2018). Elsevier.

 

Bhat, S., Kohlmeier, M., Ray, S. (2017). Bridging Research, Education and Practice Across Disciplines: Need for Nutrition Education/Innovation Programme (NNEdPro). Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour.

 

Bradfield J., Ray S., Kohlmeier M., Bhat S. (2017). A Three Pronged Approach to e-Learning: The Need for Nutrition Education/Innovation Programme. 21st International Congress of Nutrition. Buenos Aires Argentina

 

Wongvibulsin S., Bhat S., Ray S. (2017). The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (JHSOM) Teaching Kitchen: A Novel Recipe for Nutrition Education. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior for the Annual Conference. Washington DC USA

 

Sayegh, Marietta; Del Rio, Daniele; Ray, S; NSA Nutritional supplementation Trial of fruit and vegetable extracts and Vascular function (NNTV): Improvement to microvascular function using Laser Doppler Iontophoresis, following consumption of encapsulated fruit and veg powder over 12 weeks (compared with placebo), in overweight and obese human adults (2017). The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.

 

Bhat S., Kohlmeier M., Ray S. (2017). Bridging Research, Education and Practice across disciplines Need for Nutrition Education/Innovation Programme (NNEdPro). Experimental Biology/American Society for Nutrition. Chicago USA

 

Alice Rosi, Nida Ziauddeen, Birdem Amoutzopoulos, Sonja Nicholson, Sumantra Ray, Furio Brighenti, Polly Page and Daniele del Rio. Development of a comprehensive database to assess the phenolic intake of the UK population. (2016). Food Bioactives and Health 2016. Norwich

 

Ray S (2016). Conference Abstracts and Oral presentations at the American Society for Nutrition and Experimental Biology. American Society for Nutrition. San Diego, USA.

 

M. Sayegh, M. Tsiountsioura, D. Del Rio and S. Ray. Are habitual fruit consumption or hydration status modulators of baseline endothelial function and is this important for polyphenol intervention studies? (2016). Food Bioactives and Health 2016. Norwich

 

Mocciaro G., Bhat S., Douglas P., Rajput-Ray M., Del Rio D., & Ray S. (2016). NNEdPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health: A Multidisciplinary Initiative bridging Research, Education and Practice. Cambridge Institute of Public Health. Cambridge UK

 

Maddock J., Ambrosini G., Ray S. A folate, vitamin B12 and homocysteine-related dietary pattern and risk of subclinical atherosclerosis: findings from the MRC National Survey of Health and Development (NSHD). (2016). Experimental Biology 2016, San Diego, USA.

 

Bhat S., Maddock J., & Ray S. The relationship between Dietary Patterns and Carotid Intima Media Thickness, as an early biomarker of Cardiovascular Disease. (April 2016). The FASEB Journal. Vol.30, No.1

 

Sayegh M, Tsiountsioura M, Ray S (2016). Can a fruit and vegetable derived supplement, rich in vitamin-C, modulate cIMT and FMD measurements in overweight and obese individuals over 12 weeks? The FASEB Journal, 30 (1 Supplement) LB369.

 

Ball, L., Ball, D., Leveritt, M., Ray, S., Collins, C., Patterson, E., ... & Chaboyer, W. (2016). Using logic models to enhance the methodological quality of primary health care interventions: Guidance from an intervention to promote nutrition care by General Practitioners and Practice Nurses. Australian Journal of Primary Health.

 

Tsiountsioura M, Sayegh M, Ray S (2016). Can consumption of a vitamin C rich fruit and vegetable derived supplement for 12 weeks, reduce blood pressure in normotensive overweight/obese individuals? The FASEB Journal, 30 (1 Supplement), LB373

 

M. Sayegh, M. Tsiountsioura, J. Maddock, D. Del Rio and S. Ray. Are habitual fruit consumption or hydration status modulators of baseline endothelia function and is this important for polyphenol intervention studies? (2015). Tours, France.

 

Sayegh M, Ray S (2015). Potential Modulation of Vascular Function Relating to Baseline Hydration Status in Healthy Human Participants in a Randomised Controlled Trial. The FASEB Journal, 29 (1 Supplement), 584.26.

 

Ray S (2015). European Federation of the Associations of Dietitian Conference. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

Ray S, Nicholson S, Ziauddeen N, Steer T, Cole D, Solis-Trapala I, Amoutzopoulos B, Page P. (2015) What do we know about fruit and vegetable consumption in the UK? Trends from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey Rolling Programme (NDNS RP). The FASEB Journal, 2015.

 

Jones N, Ray S, Monsivais P. (2015) The DASH Diet, Cardiovascular Disease Risk and Obesity in the United Kingdom. The FASEB Journal, 2015.

 

Tsiountsioura M, Sayegh M, Ray S (2015). Does Habitual Fruit Consumption Modulate Microvascular Endothelial Function in Healthy Human Participants? The FASEB Journal, 29 (1 Supplement), LB352

 

Kelsey M,E, Golubic R, Livesy A, Connell C, Hoensch J, Laur C, Park A, Ray S. Clinical Effectiveness of the Intensive Weight Management Programme. European Conference of Obesity (ECO).

 

Golubic R, Kelsey M.E,  Livesy A,  Connell C,  Hoensch J, Laur C,  Park A, Ray S. The Cambridge Intensive Weight Management Programme. The 2015 Obesity Summit.

 

Tomatis V, Ray S, Siervo M, Griffin J, Bluck L. (2015) Effects of Green Tea and Coffee Polyphenols on Cardiometabolic Function in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. The FASEB Journal, 2015.

 

Rajput-Ray M, McGuffin LE, Laur C, Douglas PL, Fitzpatrick L, Ray S (2015). Assessing Health Care Workers Hydration at Work. Poster presentation at the International Congress on Occupational Health. Seoul, Korea.

 

Sayegh M, Ray S (2015). Potential Modulation of Vascular Function Relating to Baseline Hydration Status in Healthy Human Participants in a Randomised Controlled Trial. Poster presentation at the American Society of Nutrition at Experimental Biology. Boston, USA. Abstract published as short communication in the FASEB Journal.

 

Maddock J, Abmrosini G, Koulman A, Ray S (2015). A Proposed Epidemiological Approach to Investigate Mechanisms between Diet and Vascular Function. Poster presentation at the American Society of Nutrition at Experimental Biology. Boston, USA. Abstract published as short communication in the FASEB Journal.

 

Douglas, P., McGuffin, L., Laur, C., Burnett, K., Ray, S., & McCarthy, H. (2015). Pilot Evaluation of a Nutrition Training Intervention for Pre-Registration Pharmacists in Northern Ireland. The FASEB Journal, 29(1 Supplement), 907-3.

 

Douglas, P., McGuffin, L., Fitzpatrick, L., Ball, L., Crowley, J., Laur, C., ... & Ray, S. (2015). Hydration and dietetic practice in the United Kingdom. The FASEB Journal, 29(1 Supplement), 907-2.

 

Fitzpatrick, L., Sayegh, M., & Ray, S. (2015). Nutrition in the University of Cambridge Medical Curriculum–Student Perspectives. The FASEB Journal, 29(1 Supplement), LB411

 

Ray, S. THE ‘NELICO’ India Project: building research capacity in public health initiatives – from local to global (2015). Annual conference. Cambridge Institute of Public Health.

 

Sayegh M, Ray S (2014). Acute hydration status and micro-vascular function in healthy human volunteers. Poster presentation at the American Society of Nutrition at Experimental Biology. San Diego, USA. Abstract published as short communication in the FASEB Journal.

 

Ray S, Nicholson S, Roberts C, Page P. (2014) UK National Diet and Nutrition (NDNS) Survey: ad-hoc cross-sectional survey to sustainable Rolling Programme (RP) for surveillance (Y6-9 2013-17). The FASEB Journal, 2014.

 

Ray, S., & Laur, C. (2013). Need for Nutrition Education Programme: Laying the foundations of nutrition knowledge relevant to clinical and public health practice. The FASEB Journal, 27(1 Supplement), 47-2.

 

Ray, S., Udumyan, R., Thompson, B., Rajput-Ray, M., Sharma, P., Lodge, K., . . . Wilson, R. (2010). The Need for Nutrition Education Project (NNEdPro) – an educational intervention across UK Medical Schools to lay the foundations for good nutritional care. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society.

 

Ray, S; Udumyan, R; Thompson, B; Rajput-Ray, M; Sharma, P; Lodge, K; Gandy, J; Douglas, P; Broughton, R; Smart, S; The Need for Nutrition Education Project (NNEdPro) – an educational intervention across UK Medical Schools to lay the foundations for good nutritional care (2010). Cambridge University Press.