Diane Stadler, PhD, RD
Professor and Director Graduate Programs in Human Nutrition
Oregon Health & Science University
Dr. Stadler worked in Zambia, Africa and in eastern Honduras to train community members to monitor growth of infants, initiate school-based meal programs, and enhance maternal health. She is engaged in OHSUs global health initiatives in SE Asia and is a leader in the School of Medicine’s nutrition education initiatives and research mentoring programs. She received the Wimpfheimer-Guggenheim Award for International Exchange in Nutrition, Dietetics and Management in 2010/2017 and was a Wimpfheimer-Guggenheim International Lecturer in 2018. Dr. Stadler is a member of the OHSU Food Insecurity Taskforce that launched the Food Resource Center@OHSU during the COVID pandemic.
Massey E*, Stadler D, Bernal J, et al. Altered activities and shame resulting for children experiencing food insecurity in rural Oregon. Oregon Academy Conference. May 2016.
Tsai C*, Stadler D, Marshall N, Reeder J. Postpartum Traditions and Food choices Among Asian WIC Participants. Maternal & Child Health Regional Meeting. April 2017.
Wilson H*., Cummings J, Rasprasith S., Stadler, D. Evaluation of a nutrition risk screening tool in Lao PDR: Identifying malnutrition in a low-resource clinical setting. Clinical Nutrition ESPEN. 2020; 38:99-110.
Cummings, J, Wilson*, H, Rasprasith, S, Stadler, D. Application and Comparison of Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition (GLIM) and Academy/ASPEN Malnutrition Criteria to Diagnose Malnutrition in Hospitalized Patients in Lao PDR. Dietitians in Nutrition Support: Support Line. 2020;42:4-11.
Kalinicah C*, Rdesinski R, Lin A, Gillon S, Stadler, D. Food security and resource utilization among health sciences professional students before and during the COVID pandemic. Oregon-Washington Academy Conference. April 2021.
- Out of the Dark: Shining the Light on Nutritional Challenges of Female Sex Workers and their Children
Sunday, October 17
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM