Assistant Professor KIM Jung Eun




B.S., Food and Nutrition, Ewha Womans University; M.S., Nutritional Science and Food Management, Ewha Womans University; Ph.D., Nutritional Sciences, University of Connecticut; Postdoctoral, Purdue University; Dietetic Intern, Yale-New Haven Hospital.

Contact Information

Office: S14-06-01
Tel: (65)-6516-1136 | Fax: (65)-6779-1691
Email: chmkje@nus.edu.sg


 

ORCID: 0000-0002-3912-9042
ResearcherID: O-9332-2017

 

Research Interests

As a nutrition scientist with advanced training in dietetics and human clinical research, my long-term goal is to develop and validate dietary strategies that effectively protect against age-associated morbidities, including obesity; cardiovascular disease; gastro-intestinal disease; sarcopenia; and osteoporosis. To fulfill my long-term research goal, my short-term research objectives include investigating the effects of dietary constituents (including bioactive compounds and dietary macronutrients) on body composition and other cardio-metabolic health parameters in middle-aged and older adults from human clinical studies.

 

Teaching Contributions 

  • FST1101 Science and Technology of Foods
  • FST4202 Nutritional Biochemistry
  • FST5303 Modern Human Nutrition

 

Representative Publications   

  • Kim, J. E.; Campbell, W. W. Dietary cholesterol contained in whole eggs is not well absorbed and does not acutely affect plasma total cholesterol concentration in men and women: results from 2 randomized controlled crossover studies. Nutrients. 2018, 10.
  • Bergia, R. E. 3rd; Kim, J.E.; Campbell, W. W. Differential Relationship between Intermuscular Adipose Depots with Indices of Cardiometabolic Health. Int. J. Endocrinol. 2018, 2751250.
  • Wright, C. S.; Zhou, J.; Sayer, R.D.; Kim, J.E.; Campbell, W. W. Effects of a high-protein diet including whole eggs on muscle composition and indices of cardiometabolic health and systemic inflammation in older adults with overweight or obesity: a randomized controlled trial. Nutrients. 2018, 10.
  • Hudson, J. L.; Kim, J.E.; Paddon-Jones, D.; Campbell, W. W. Within-day protein distribution does not influence body composition responses during weight loss in resistance-training adults who are overweight. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 2017,106, 1190-1196.
  •  O'Connor, L. E.; Kim, J. E.; Campbell, W. W. Reply to A Satija et al. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 2017,105, 1568-1569.
  • Kim, J. E.; Dunville, K.; Li, J.; Cheng, J.; Conley, T. B.; Couture, C.; Campbell, W. W. Intermuscular Adipose Tissue Content and Intramyocellular Lipid Fatty Acid Saturation are Associated with Fasting State Glucose Homeostasis in Middle-Aged and Older Adults. Endocrinol. Metab. (Seoul). 2017, 32, 257-264.
  • Kim, J. E.; Lin, G.; Zhou, J.; Case, J.; Campbell, W. W. The Effect of Higher Protein Intake During Weight Loss on Monocyte Subpopulations and Their Relations to Plasma Lipids and Lipoproteins in Overweight and Obese Adults. Nutr. Res201740, 75-84.
  • O'Connor, L. E.; Kim, J. E.; Campbell, W. W. Total red meat intake ≥0.5 servings per day does not negatively influence cardiovascular disease risk: a systemically searched meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Am. J. Clin. Nutr2017,105, 57-69.
  • Kim, J. E.; Ferruzzi, M. G.; Campbell, W. W. Egg consumption increases vitamin e absorption from co-consumed raw mixed vegetables in healthy young men. J. Nutr. 2016146, 2199-2205.
  • Kim, J.E.; O’Connor, L.E.; Sands, L.P.; Slebodnik, M.B.; Campbell, W.W. Effects of dietary protein intake on body composition changes after weight loss in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Nutr. Rev. 2016, 74, 210-224.