Yuta Ishikawa, MPH, RD

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Foods and Nutrition

Ph.D. Student

Graduate Assistant

Address:
R.C. Wilson, 250 West Green Street
Athens, GA 30602

E-Mail:

workOffice Phone: 706-542-1876

Education

Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation
Master of Public Health Behavioral and Community Health Sciences Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans 2017
Bachelor of Science Food Science and Nutritional Health Kyoto Prefectural University 2012

Prior Professional Positions

Organization / Department Title Years of Service
Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana, New Orleans, LA Intern 1
University of Delaware, Newark, DE Visiting Scholar 1
Kyoto Prefectural University, Kyoto, Japan Research Student 1

Awards

Award Name Awarded By Year Awarded
Delta Omega Award School of Public Health, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans 2017
Service Honor Cord School of Public Health, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans 2017

Journal Articles

Takeda, W., Melby, MK., & Ishikawa, Y. (2018). Who Eats with Family and How Often? Household Members and Work Styles Influence Frequency of Family Meals in Urban Japan. Appetite, 125, 160-171.

Ishikawa, Y., & Sattler, E. L. P. (2017). Dietary Patterns and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention among Patients with Diabetes. Current Nutrition Reports, 6(4), 299-306.

Takeda, W., Melby, M. K., & Ishikawa, Y. (2017). Food Education for Whom?: Perceptions of Food Education and Literacy among Dietitians and Laypeople in Urban Japan. Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 7(4), 49-66.

Service

Organization Title Year(s) Service Type
Research Committee, School of Public Health, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA Student Representative 2016-2017

Publications

Research Conference Presentation:

Y Ishikawa, M Nuismer, TS Tseng. (2017). The Relationship between Perception and Knowledge of Donated Produce and Fruit and Vegetable Consumption among Low-Income Food Pantry Clients. Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Public Health Delta Omega Honors Day, New Orleans, LA.

Y Ishikawa, M Nuismer, X Wan, TS Tseng. (2017). Disparities of Barriers against Donated Produce among Low-Income Food Pantry Clients. Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy 10th Anniversary Health Disparities Conference, New Orleans, LA. 

MK Melby, Y Ishikawa, W Takeda. (2013). Explanatory Models of Metabolic Syndrome: Perspectives from Dietitians vs. Lay Populations in Two Regions of Japan. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Books

MK Melby, Y Ishikawa, K Tominaga. (2015). DoesVegetarianDiet Affect Longevity? The Basic and Clinical Anti-Aging Medical Science 3rd Edition. Japanese Society of Anti-Aging Medicine: 243-244 

Working Papers

Y Ishikawa, M Nuismer, T Tseng. (Developing). Nudge Intervention.

MK Melby, Y Ishikawa, W Takeda. (Submitted). Gaps in Understandings of the Causes of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome: Factor Analysis of Lay Population’s vs. Dietitians’ Beliefs in Japan. International Journal of Obesity.