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Research interests

       Dr. Loth is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.  As a clinical dietitian and a behavioral epidemiologist, Dr. Loth is driven to pursue the use of novel research methods and analytic approaches to untangle complex nutrition-related research questions.  Her  programmatic line of research is focused on understanding the social and environmental influences that impact the dietary intake and weight-related behaviors of individuals from ethnically/ racially diverse and low-income backgrounds. Dr. Loth’s multidisciplinary training in nutrition, public health, epidemiology, childhood obesity and eating disorders, mixed methods and methodological research position her to shape obesity and eating disorder prevention research in unique and innovative ways.  


Education/Academic qualification

MPH, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

PhD, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

BS, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

Research Interest Keywords

  • eating disorders
  • child feeding
  • parenting
  • family meals
  • health behavior change
  • nutrition
  • food insecurity
  • health disparities
  • health equity
  • integrated clinical care
  • medical education
  • dietary intake


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