Grant Proposals Submitted Pouget, E.R. PSC-CUNY Cycle 51: Investigating Intergenerational Changes in Substance Use to Develop Prevention Interventions. Horlyck-Romanovsky, M. CUNY Junior Faculty Research Awards in Science and Engineering (JFRASE): Optimizing Type 2 Diabetes Detection Among African Descent Populations in New York City: Derivation of Diabetes Prediction Equations Using Electronic Health Records Data. Pouget, E.R. CUNY Junior Faculty Research Awards in Science and Engineering (JFRASE): Social-structural determinants of racial/ethnic disparities in HIV transmission, and maternal-child health outcomes. Manuscripts Published Korsmo HW, Edwards K, Dave B, Jack-Roberts C, Yu H, Saxena A, Salvador M, Dembitzer M, Phagoora J, Jiang X. Prenatal Choline Supplementation during High-Fat Feeding Improves Long-Term Blood Glucose Control in Male Mouse Offspring. Nutrients. 2020 Jan 4;12(1). pii: E144. doi: 10.3390/nu12010144. Weston, R.E., Zeng, H., & Battle, J. (2020). Physical Activity and GPA: Results from a National Sample of Black Students. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. Published online Jan. 9. Manuscripts Accepted for Publication Fuster, M., K. Guerrero*, B. Elbel, K. Ray, & T.K. Huang (2020) “Exploring ethnic restaurants as sites for nutrition interventions: A qualitative study with Hispanic Caribbean restaurants in New York City” Ecology of Food and Nutrition (Online, Jan 2020). * Brooklyn College student co-author. Manuscripts Submitted Fuster, M., S. Burrowes, C. Cuadrado, A. Velasco, S. Lewis, B. McCarthy & G. Shen, “Understanding Policy Change for Obesity Prevention: Learning from Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Taxes in Mexico and Chile” (in review, Health Promotion International) Conference Abstracts Accepted Fuster, M., E Pouget, E., Sakowitz*, K Halvey*, B Elbel, M Handley, T T-K Huang, & K Ray, “Eating Well While Eating Out? Examining Nutrition Environments in Hispanic Caribbean Restaurants for Cardiovascular Health” Ethnicity and Disease Special Issue (Early Stage Investigators). * Brooklyn College student co-author. Conference Abstracts Submitted Horlyck-Romanovsky, M. Random Glucose is a Potentially Effective Tool to Screen for Undiagnosed Diabetes: The Africans in America Cohort. Submitted for the American Diabetes Association 80th Scientific Sessions. Horlyck-Romanovsky, M. Among Black New Yorkers with Type 2 Diabetes Afro Caribbeans are Younger and Have Lower BMI than African Americans: NYC HANES 2013/14. Submitted for the American Diabetes Association 80th Scientific Sessions. Halvey, K*, E Sakowitz*, M Fuster, “Exploring the relationship between the restaurant nutrition environment & menu pricing at NYC Hispanic-Caribbean restaurants: a cross-sectional quantitative analysis” Graduate Student Research Conference, Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition, Boston, MA (April 2020). * Brooklyn College student co-author. Galitzdorfer, L* & M Fuster, “Understanding Facilitators and Barriers to Dietary Self-Management Among Hispanic Men With Type 2 Diabetes: Perceptions Of Nutrition and Health Professionals” Graduate Student Research Conference, Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition, Boston, MA (April 2020). Fuster, M, E Pouget, E Sakowitz*, K Halvey*, B Elbel, M Handley, T T-K Huang, & K Ray, “Examining Community Restaurant Nutrition Environments for Cardiovascular Health: An Assessment of Hispanic Caribbean Restaurants in New York City” Nutrition 2020, American Society for Nutrition Annual Meeting (Seattle, WA, May 2020). * Brooklyn College student co-author. E. Sakowitz* & M Fuster “Seeing Health: Examining the Association Between Hispanic Caribbean Restaurant Characteristics and Healthy Menu Images in New York City” Nutrition 2020, American Society for Nutrition Annual Meeting (Seattle, WA, May 2020). * Brooklyn College student co-author. Fuster, M., T T-K Huang, N Sabounchi, D Lounsbury, & K Ray, “Reconciling Culture, Health, and Profit: Using Systems Thinking to Examine Barriers and Facilitators to Healthy Eating in Ethnic Restaurants,” Cultivating Connections: Exploring Entry Points into Sustainable Food Systems, ASFS/AFHVS Conference (Athens, GA, May 2020). Invited Talks Fuster, M. “Cooking and Eating in Motion”, NYU-Faculty Resource Network Seminar, Identities in Motion: The Lived Experience and Theoretical Journeys of Caribbean Diasporas, Sacred Heart University, San Juan, PR (January 14, 2020) Student Mentoring Accomplishments R. Reich, Alraei, R.G. Student first-authored manuscript submitted: Intermittent Fasting: A Review. Student Publications Stephanie Taormina (2020). Management of Enteral Nutrition in Adult Liver Failure Patients. Support Line, 2 (1), 10-14.