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Authorship: <§> indicates senior authorship. Italicized names are trainees or highly qualified personnel (HQP) that work with me. In my field publishing with students/HQP is encouraged and is the norm. <*> indicates equally shared first authorship.

Article Length: The quintessential mode of disseminating research work in my field is through publishing in peer-reviewed journals. The length of the articles published in these journals varies, is often less than 10 pages, and is not reflective of the quality or importance of information presented.

Journal Selection:  The journals selected for publication are based on a combination of impact factor and target audience. Journals such as Obesity Reviews, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, Journal of Lipid Research, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Scientific Reports, and International Journal of Obesity are among those that have the highest impact factor in their respective fields.

  1. Tam BT, Murphy J, Khor N, Morais JA, Santosa S§. Subcutaneous adipose tissue acetyl CoA regulation, mitochondrial integrity and histone modification are different in individuals with childhood vs adult development of excess adiposity. JCEM: submitted.
  2. Robidoux M, Winnepetonga D, Santosa S, Haman F. Will investing in local food procurement improve food security for northern Indigenous populations? Public Health Nutrition: submitted.
  3. Wang C, Murphy J, Delaney KZ, Morais JA, Tsoukas M, Lowry DA, Mutch DM, Santosa S§. No association between rs174537 FADS1 genotype and immune cell profiles in human abdominal and femoral subcutaneous adipose tissue. Obesity: submitted.
  4. Cooke AB, Kuate Defo A, Dasgupta K, Papaioannou TG, Lee J, Morin S, Murphy J, Santosa S, Daskalopoulou SS. Methodological considerations for the measurement of arterial stiffness using applanation tonometry. Journal of Hypertension: submitted.
  5. Murphy J, Morais JA, Tsoukas M, Santosa S§. Regional adipose tissue immune cell profiles inmen and women with obesity. Obesity: submitted
  6. Delaney K, Shen W, Haman F, Santosa S§. The struggle to stay thin: is adaptive thermogenesis to blame? Obesity: submitted.
  7. Delaney KZ, Dam V, Murphy J, Morais JA, Pescarus R, Garneau P, Santosa S§. A reliable, reproducible flow cytometry protocol for immune cell quantification in human adipose tissue. Cytotechnology: submitted.
  8. Kakinami L, Sadikaj G, Wrosch C, Santosa S, Alberga AS, Knauper B. Development and validation of a scale to measure compensatory behaviours. Current Psychology: submitted.
  9. Delaney KZ, Spatari L, Henderson M, Santosa S§, Mathieu ME§*. Children with Obesity in prepuberty or early puberty have lower lipid oxidation but greater reliance on lipid as a substrate during exercise: A QUALITY study. 2018. Pediatric Exercise Science: Revisions Requested.
  10. Tam BT, Morais J, Santosa S§. Obesity and ageing: Two sides of the same coin. Obesity Reviews. 2020: 21; e12991.
  11. Murphy J, Bacon S, Morais J, Tsoukas M, Santosa S. Intra-Abdominal Adipose Tissue Quantification by Alternative Versus Reference Methods: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Obesity. 2019: 27; 1115-22.
  12. Kakinami L, Houle-Johnson S, Demissie Z, Santosa S, Fulton, JE. Meeting fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity recommendations among adolescents intending to lose weight. Preventive Medicine Reports. 2019: 13; 11-15.
  13. Delaney KZM, Vanstone CA, Weiler HA, Santosa S§. Regional adiposity and markers of inflammation in preschool aged children. Scientific Reports. 2018: 8; 15204 (7 pages).
  14. Santosa S, Bush NC, Jensen MD. Acute testosterone deficiency alters adipose tissue fatty acid storage. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2017: 102; 3056-64.
  15. Murphy J, Moullec G, Santosa S§. Factors associated with adipocyte size reduction after weight loss interventions for overweight and obesity: a systemic review and meta-regression. Metabolism. 2017: 67; 31-40.
  16. Santosa S, Bonnes S, Jensen MD. Acute female hypogonadism alters adipose tissue fatty acid storage factors and chylomicronemia. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2016: 101; 2089-98.
  17. Yang SQ, DeGuire JR, Agellon S, Lavery P, Mak I, Weiler HA, Santosa S§. Conjugated linoleic acid mitigates testosterone-related changes in body composition in male guinea pigs. Nutrition Research. 2016: 36; 408-17.
  18. Dam V, Sikdar T, Santosa S§. From Neutrophils to macrophages: Differences in regional adipose tissue depots. Obesity Reviews. 2016: 17; 1-17.
  19. Santosa S§, Jensen MD. The sexual dimorphism of lipid kinetics in humans. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 2015: 6; 103 (6 pages).
  20. Hames KC, Koutsari C, Santosa S, Bush NC, Jensen MD. Adipose tissue fatty acid storage factors: effects of depot, sex and fat cell size. International Journal of Obesity. 2015: 39; 884-7.
  21. Varady KA*, Dam V*, Horne M, Cruz R, Klempel MC, Kroeger CM, Santosa S§. Effects of weight loss via high fat vs low fat alternate day fasting diets on free fatty acid profiles. Scientific Reports. 2015: 5; 7561 (6 pages).
  22. Santosa S, Swain J, Tchkonia T, Kirkland JL, Jensen MD. Inflammatory characteristics of adipose tissue collected by surgical excision vs. needle aspiration. International Journal of Obesity. 2015: 39; 874-6.
  23. Santosa S§, Jensen MD. Sex and sex steroids: impact on the kinetics of fatty acids underlying body shape. Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation. 2014: 20; 15-23.
  24. Du S, Rajjo T, Santosa S, Jensen MD. The thermic effect of food is reduced in older adults. Hormone and Metabolic Research. 2014: 46; 365-9.
  25. Santosa S, Jensen MD. Adipocyte fatty acid storage factors enhance subcutaneous fat storage in postmenopausal women. Diabetes. 2013: 62; 775-82.
  26. Santosa S, Jensen MD. Effect of male hypogonadism on regional adipose tissue fatty acid storage and lipogenic proteins. Public Library of Science One. 2012: 7; e31473 (10 pages).
  27. Santosa S, Khosla S, McCready L, Jensen MD. Effects of estrogen and testosterone on resting energy expenditure in older men. Obesity. 2010: 18; 2392-4.
  28. Barrow CJ, Nolan C, McCleod M, Santosa S, Holub BJ. Bioequivalence of encapsulated and microencapsulated fish-oil supplementation.  Journal of Functional Foods.  2009: 1; 38-43.
  29. Kassis AN, Santosa S, Jones PJH. Potential health claims on dietary fiber: How robust is the evidence? International Journal of Naturopathic Medicine. 2009: 4; 28-32.
  30. Santosa S, Hensrud DD, Votruba SB, Jensen MD. The influence of sex and obesity phenotype on meal fatty acid metabolism before and after weight loss.  American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2008: 88; 1134-41.
  31. Santosa S, Jensen M Why are we shaped differently and why does it matter?  American Journal of Physiology, Endocrinology and Metabolism.  2008: 295; E531-5.
  32. Santosa S, Demonty I, Lichtenstein AH, Jones PJH. Moderate weight loss: A self-directed protocol for women. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 2008: 69; 23-27.
  33. Santosa S, Demonty I, Lichtenstein AH, Ordovas JM, Jones PJH. Single nucleotide polymorphisms in ABCG5 and ABCG8 are associated with changes in cholesterol metabolism during weight loss. Journal of Lipid Research. 2007: 48; 2607-2613.
  34. Santosa S, Demonty I, Lichtenstein AH, Cianflone K, Jones PJH. An investigation of hormone and lipid associations after weight loss in women.  Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 2007: 26; 250-258.
  35. Santosa S, Demonty I, Lichtenstein AH, Jones PJH. Cholesterol metabolism and body composition in women : the effects of moderate weight loss. International Journal of Obesity. 2007: 31; 933-941.
  36. Varady KA, Santosa S, Demonty I, Jones PJH. Validation of hand-held bioelectrical impedance analysis with magnetic resonance imaging for the assessment of body composition in overweight women. American Journal of Human Biology. 2007: 19; 429-433.
  37. Santosa S, Varady KA, AbumWeis S, Jones PJH. Physiological and therapeutic factors affecting cholesterol metabolism: does a reciprocal relationship between cholesterol absorption and synthesis really exist? Life Science. 2007: 80; 505-514.
  38. Varady KA, Charest A, Santosa S, Demonty I, Lamarche B, Jones PJ. Effect of weight loss resulting from a combined low-fat diet/exercise regimen on low-density lipoprotein particle size and distribution in obese women. Metabolism. 2006: 55; 1302-1307.
  39. Santosa S, Farnworth E, Jones PJH. Probiotics and their potential health claims.  Nutrition Reviews. 2006: 64; 265-274.
  40. Santosa S, Jones PJH. Health benefits of consumption of fish oil omega-3 fatty acids.  International Journal of Naturopathic Medicine. 2006.
  41. Santosa S, Jones PJH. Oxidative stress in ocular disease: does lutein play a protective role? Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2005: 173; 861-862.
  42. Santosa S, Farnworth E, Jones PJH. Probiotics:  Health benefits to the gut. International Journal of Naturopathic Medicine. 2004.
  43. Santosa S, AbuMweis S, Jones PJH.  Plant sterols:  Evidence to support a health claim. International Journal of Naturopathic Medicine.  2004.

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