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MS Core Teaching Faculty

Marie-Pierre St-Onge, PhD
Associate Professor of Nutritional Medicine
Columbia University Department of Medicine
New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center
ms2554@columbia.edu
           

 

Degrees

B.Sc. McGill University
M.Sc. McGill University
Ph.D. McGill University

 

Courses

Clinical Nutrition

 

Research Interests

My lab is currently interested in studying the effect of sleep duration on energy balance as well as the impact of functional foods and ingredients on energy balance.  Energy balance is measured by assessing energy expenditure, using indirect calorimetry, doubly-labeled water, and actigraphy, and energy intake, via weighed laboratory measurements and taking the difference between the 2.  Alternatively, careful evaluation of a person’s change in body composition can yield information on his or her metabolic status and energy balance; a reduction in body weight and adipose tissue will indicate a negative energy balance.  Body composition measurements of choice in my laboratory are magnetic resonance imaging and dual energy X-ray absorptiometry.

 

Recent Publications - Pubmed

St-Onge MP, Grandner MA, Brown D, Conroy MB, Jean-Louis G, Coons M, Bhatt DL. Sleep duration and quality: Impact on lifestyle behaviors and cardiometabolic health. A scientific statement from the American Heart Association. Circulation 2016;134:e367-86. PMID:27647451.

St-Onge MP, Ard J, Baskin ML, Chiuve SB, Johnson HM, Kris-Etherton P, Varady K. Meal timing and frequency: implications for cardiovascular disease prevention. A scientific statement from the American Heart Association. Circulation 2017;135:e96-e121. PMID:28137935.

Yoncheva YN, Castellanos FX, Pizinger T, Kovtun K, St-Onge MP. Sleep and meal-time misalignment alters functional connectivity: a pilot resting-state study. Int J Obes 2016;40:1813-6. PMID:27478925; PMCID:PMC5101157.

St-Onge MP, Roberts A, Shechter A, RoyChoudhury A. Fiber and saturated fat are associated with sleep arousals and slow wave sleep. J Clin Sleep Med 2016;12:19-24. PMID:26156950; PMCID:PMC4702189.

St-Onge MP, Wolfe S, Sy M, Shechter A, Hirsch J.  Sleep restriction increases the neuronal response to unhealthy food in normal-weight individuals.  Int J Obes 2014;38:411-6. PMID:23729920; PMCID:PMC3883872.

St-Onge MP, Roberts AL, Chen J, Kelleman M, O’Keeffe M, Jones PJH, RoyChoudhury A.  Short sleep duration increases energy intakes but does not change energy expenditure in normal weight individuals.  Am J Clin Nutr, 2011;94:410-416. PMID:21715510; PMCID:PMC3142720.

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