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Dr. Nadia Koyratty | Epidemiology | Best Researcher Award

Dr at International Food Policy Research Institute, United States

Dr. Nadia Koyratty is a seasoned epidemiologist and data analyst specializing in global health and nutrition research across diverse socio-economic contexts. With a PhD in Epidemiology from the University at Buffalo and an MSc in Sustainable Management of Food Quality, she brings extensive expertise in study design, statistical modeling, and handling complex datasets. Currently an Associate Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute, Nadia excels in managing large-scale projects, conducting impact evaluations, and developing evidence-based interventions. Fluent in multiple languages, she is adept at collaborating with international stakeholders to drive public health advancements.

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๐ŸŽ“ Education:

PhD in Epidemiology and Environmental Health (2016-2021): University at Buffalo, NY, MSc in Sustainable Management of Food Quality (2013-2015): Erasmus Mundus Program, BSc (Hons) in Food Science and Technology (2008-2011): University of Mauritius

๐Ÿ’ผ Professional Experience:

Associate Research Fellow: International Food Policy Research Institute, Postdoctoral Research Associate: University of Maryland, New Mexico State University, Graduate Research Assistant: University at Buffalo, Nutrition Scientist: Nestle Research Centre

๐Ÿ… Awards and Honors:

Holger Schunemann Best Student Research Award, National Science Foundation (NSF) Travel Award, Various research and travel grants

๐Ÿ“œ Selected Publications:

“Dietary predictors of urinary biomarkers of pyrethroids in the general population- A scoping review” – J Nutr, 2024. “A Mixed-Methods Approach to the Development of a Disaster Food Security Framework” – J Acad Nutr Diet, 2023. “Food insecurity, Water insecurity: Implementation and Maintenance of Minimum Infant Dietary Diversity in Rural Zimbabwe” – BMC Nutr, 2022

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  • Title: Sugar-sweetened soda consumption and total and breast cancer mortality: the Western New York Exposures and Breast Cancer (WEB) Study
    Authors: N Koyratty, SE McCann, AE Millen, J Nie, M Trevisan, JL Freudenheim
    Journal: Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
    Year: 2021
    Volume: 30
    Issue: 5
    Pages: 945-952
    Citations: 15

     

    Title: Food insecurity and water insecurity in rural Zimbabwe: development of multidimensional household measures
    Authors: N Koyratty, AD Jones, R Schuster, K Kordas, CS Li, MNN Mbuya
    Journal: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
    Year: 2021
    Volume: 18
    Issue: 11
    Article Number: 6020
    Citations: 11

     

    Title: Prevalence, risk factors and short-term consequences of adverse birth outcomes in Zimbabwean pregnant women: a secondary analysis of a cluster-randomized trial
    Authors: B Chasekwa, R Ntozini, JA Church, FD Majo, N Tavengwa, B Mutasa
    Journal: International Journal of Epidemiology
    Year: 2022
    Volume: 51
    Issue: 6
    Pages: 1785-1799
    Citations: 10

     

    Title: Growth and growth trajectory among infants in early life: contributions of food insecurity and water insecurity in rural Zimbabwe
    Authors: N Koyratty, R Ntozini, MNN Mbuya, AD Jones, RC Schuster, K Kordas
    Journal: BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health
    Year: 2022
    Volume: 5
    Issue: 2
    Article Number: 332
    Citations: 4

     

    Title: A Mixed-Methods Approach to the Development of a Disaster Food Security Framework
    Authors: LA Clay, N Koyratty, S Rogus, U Colรณn-Ramos, A Hossan, A Josephson
    Journal: Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
    Year: 2023
    Volume: 123
    Issue: 10
    Pages: S46-S58
    Citations: 2

     

    Title: Food Insecurity and COVID-19 Food-Related Perceptions, Practices, and Problems: A 3-State Descriptive Study
    Authors: N Koyratty, L Clay, S Penta, A Silver
    Journal: Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness
    Year: 2023
    Volume: 17
    Article Number: e288
    Citations: 2

     

    Title: Association between long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and lesion ischemia in patients with atherosclerosis
    Authors: M Xu, Z Hou, N Koyratty, C Huang, L Mu, K Zhu, G Yu, MJ LaMonte
    Journal: Atherosclerosis
    Year: 2024
    Volume: 388
    Article Number: 117422
    Citations: 1

     

    Title: Implementation and maintenance of infant dietary diversity in Zimbabwe: contribution of food and water insecurity
    Authors: N Koyratty, MNN Mbuya, AD Jones, RC Schuster, K Kordas, CS Li
    Journal: BMC Nutrition
    Year: 2022
    Volume: 8
    Issue: 1
    Article Number: 136
    Citations: 1

     

    Title: Attitude and practice correlates of food security transition during COVID-19
    Authors: N Koyratty, IM Karaye, B Brenton, P Gadhoke, L Clay
    Journal: Annals of Epidemiology
    Year: 2022
    Volume: 75
    Pages: 84
    Citations: 1

     

    Title: Association between long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and lesion ischemia in atherosclerotic patients
    Authors: N Koyratty, Z Hou, C Huang, B Lu, M Wang
    Journal: ISEE Conference Abstracts
    Year: 2021
    Volume: 1
    Citations: 1

     

    Title: Households with special dietary needs experienced higher food access challenges and worries during COVID-19
    Authors: N Koyratty, LA Clay, S Rogus
    Journal: Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition
    Year: 2024
    Pages: 1-15

     

Nadia Koyratty | Epidemiology | Best Researcher Award

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