Positions

Selected Publications

Academic Article

Year Title Altmetric
2022 External food cue responsiveness and emotional eating in adolescents: A multimethod studyAppetite.  168. 2022
2022 Infant temperament is associated with maternal feeding behaviors in early infancyAppetite.  168. 2022
2021 Associations Among Maternal Adiposity, Insulin, and Adipokines in Circulation and Human MilkJournal of Human Lactation.  37:714-722. 2021
2021 The COVID-19 pandemic and weight management: Effective behaviors and pandemic-specific risk factorsObesity Research and Clinical Practice.  15:518-521. 2021
2021 Association of weight status and carbohydrate intake with gestational weight gain.Clinical Obesity.  11:e12455. 2021
2021 Learning to overeat in infancy: Concurrent and prospective relationships between maternal BMI, feeding practices and child eating response among Hispanic mothers and childrenPediatric Obesity.  16. 2021
2020 Modified eating in the absence of hunger test is associated with appetitive traits in infantsEating Behaviors.  36. 2020
2019 Reasons for Late-Night Eating and Willingness to Change:A Qualitative Study in Pregnant Black Women 2019
2018 Associations of neonatal adiponectin and leptin with growth and body composition in African American infantsPediatric Obesity.  13:485-491. 2018
2018 Association of early pregnancy body mass index with post-partum weight change among African-American womenClinical Obesity.  8:170-175. 2018
2016 Association of late-night carbohydrate intake with glucose tolerance among pregnant African American womenMaternal and Child Nutrition.  12:688-698. 2016
2016 A narrative review of the associations between six bioactive components in breast milk and infant adiposity 2016
2016 Relatively low β-cell responsiveness contributes to the association of BMI with circulating glucose concentrations measured under free-living conditions among pregnant African American women 2016

Education And Training

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham Medicine- Division of Preventive Medicine, Postdoctoral Research
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Nutrition Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2019
  • Bachelor of Science or Mathematics in Dietetics/Human Nutritional Services, University of Maryland College Park 2012
  • Full Name

  • Camille Worthington