Angela Trude, MSc
Sr. Analyst, Baltimore Project
PhD student, Center for Human Nutrition, Department of International Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Angela Trude received her Masters in Science in Nutrition from the Federal University of Sao Paulo (UNIFESP) in Brazil. She is currently a first year PhD student working for GOPC in the B’more Healthy Communities for Kids (BHCK) project led by Dr. Joel Gittelsohn.
Her research interests are in the environmental and social determinants of obesity prevention among low-income urban youth. Recently, she was awarded an Urban Health Institute Small Grant to work with the BHCK team to conduct formative research that will permit planning of a Recreation Center staff-training program designed to build sustainability of the BHCK-youth leader program at the recreation center level.
- Trude, A., Kharmats, A., Lee, K.; Martins, P.A.; Liu, D.; Jock, B.; Pardilla, M.; Swartz, J.; Gittelsohn, J. Patterns of Food Consumption are Associated with Obesity, Self-Reported Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease in Five American Indian Communities. Ecology of Food and Nutrition (in press)
- Kharmats, A., Cheah, Y.S., Jones-Smith, J.C., Budd, N., Flamm, L., Cuccia, A., Mui, Y., Trude, A., & Gittelsohn, J. Relationship between the SNAP cycle and dietary quality among low-income African Americans in Baltimore, Maryland. Am J Clin Nutr. 2014. doi: 10.3945/ajcn.113.075994.
- Trude, A., Cremm, E.C., Oliveira, M.A., Martins, P.A. Prática de atividade física de mulheres residentes da área urbana no município de Santos, São Paulo - Physical Activity of Women Resident of an Urban Area from Santos, SP. Nutrire: Rev. Soc. Bras. Alim. Nutr. = Journal of Brazilian Society Food and Nutrition. 2013. 38,(3): 291-305.