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SENIOR CLINIC MANAGER

Janice Campbell, MSc, CCRP

 

Biography

After completing a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo, Janice attended the University of Toronto, earning her Masters of Science degree under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Wolever in the department of Nutritional Sciences. The topic of her thesis was “Some Methodological Considerations of the Glycemic Index”. Her interest and expertise in this field has led her to become a Senior Clinic Manager for Glycemic Index Laboratories Inc. In 2006, Janice was granted the designation of ‘Certified Clinical Research Professional’ (CCRP) through the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA).


SELECTED RESEARCH ARTICLES

Kendall CW, West SG, Augustin LS, Esfahani A, Vidgen E, Bashyam B, Sauder KA, Campbell J, Chiavaroli L, Jenkins AL, Jenkins DJ. Acute effects of pistachio consumption on glucose and insulin, satiety hormones and endothelial function in the metabolic syndrome. Eur J Clin Nutr 2014 [Epub ahead of print].

Petersen, BL, Ward LS, Bastian ED, Jenkins AL, Campbell J, Vuksan V. A whey protein supplement decreases post-prandial glycemia. Nutr J 2009; 8:47-52.

Wolever TMS, Jenkins AL, Vuksan V, Campbell J. The glycaemic index values of foods containing fructose are affected by metabolic differences between subjects.  Eur J Clin Nutr 2009;63:1106-14.

Wolever TM, Campbell JE, Geleva D, Anderson GH. High-fiber cereal reduces postprandial insulin responses in hyperinsulinemic but not normoinsulinemic subjects. Diabetes Care. 2004 June;27(6):1281-5.
http://care.diabetesjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/27/6/1281

Campbell JE, Glowczewski T, Wolever TMS. Controlling subjects' prior diet and activities does not reduce within-subject variation of postprandial glycemic responses to foods. Nutr Res 2003;23:621-29.
http://www.nrjournal.com/article/S0271-5317(03)00017-4/abstract

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