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Julia E. Inglis, Ph.D.

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Phone Numbers

Office: (585) 276-3559

Faculty Appointments

Biography

Julia Inglis entered the field of nutrition research because she is interested in the possibilities of preventative medicine.She is particularly interested in approaches to medicine and research that incorporate dietary changes and/or supplements to reduce disease burden and medical costs.

Professional Background

EDUCATION
B.S. 2010 University of North Florida, summa cum laude, Jacksonville, Florida (Major,
Health Science)

M.S. 2012 Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida in Nutrition Science /
Didactic Program in Dietetics (08/10-05/11)

Ph.D. 2017 Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida in Nutrition Science
Doctoral Dissertation: Identifying Osteosarcopenic Obesity in Older Women

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIAL (S)

09/15-present Registered Dietitian/ Registration ID# 86079145, Dietetic Internship,
Florida State University - completed 08/15.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE
01/16-05/16 Instructor/Teaching Assistant, DIE4424L, Medical Nutrition Therapy II Lab,
The Florida State University.
08/12-12/15 Instructor/Teaching Assistant, HUN1201, Science of Nutrition, The Florida
State University (seven semesters).

COMMUNITY/ FIELD EXPERIENCE
05/16-04/17 Clinical Dietitian/Nutrition Care Manager. Glenn Mor Nursing Home/Grady
General Hospital/Archbold Medical Center, Thomasville & Cairo, GA.

3/16 Radio interview: Tom Flanagan, Nutrition/North FL Vegfest 2016. WFSU
(NPR).

10/14-04/17 Planning Committee Member: North FL VegFest 2015-2016. Accounts
payable, public relations service.

03/15 Radio Interview: Tom Flanigan. Nutrition/North FL Vegfest 2015. WFSU
(NPR).

03/15 Television Interview: Julz Graham. Nutrition/North FL Vegfest 2015. WFSU
TV.


02/04-04/05 Administrative Assistant/Assistant Chef, Southcare Senior Services,
Meals-on-Wheels, Alachua, Florida.


LANGUAGE SKILLS:
English: fluent; Spanish: fluent in conversation/ basic reading level.

Research

Julia Inglis's research interests relate to secondary cancer research, bone health, sarcopenia and obesity. I have written papers on obesity, bone health and sarcopenia in older women regarding a newly defined term 'osteosarcopenic obesity'.

Credentials

Education

2010
BS | University of North Florida
Health Sciences

2012
MS | Florida State University
Nutrition Science

2017
PhD | Florida State University
Human Sciences and Nutrition

Awards


Travel Award $350
Sponsor: American Society for Nutrition
Location: Annual Conference, Orlando, FL 2016

Publications

Journal Articles

1/26/2019
Inglis JE, Lin PJ, Kerns SL, Kleckner IR, Kleckner AS, Castillo DA, Mustian KM, Peppone LJ. "Nutritional Interventions for Treating Cancer-Related Fatigue: A Qualitative Review." Nutrition and cancer.. 2019 Jan 26; :1-20. Epub 2019 Jan 26.

2019
Inglis J.E.; Lin P.J.; Kerns S.L.; Kleckner I.R.; Kleckner A.S.; Castillo D.A.; Mustian K.M.; Peppone L.J. "Nutritional interventions for treating cancer-related fatigue: a qualitative review". Nutrition and Cancer. 2019; .

2019
Lin P.J.; Kleckner I.R.; Loh K.P.; Inglis J.E.; Peppone L.J.; Janelsins M.C., et al. "Influence of Yoga on Cancer-Related Fatigue (CRF) and on Mediational Relationships Between Changes in Sleep and CRF: A Nationwide, Multicenter RCT of Yoga in Cancer Survivors." Journal of Clinical Oncology. 2019; .

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