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Jamy Ard , MD
Associate Professor

Ard, Jamy

Department of Epidemiology & Prevention
Division of Public Health Sciences
Wake Forest University Health Sciences

Administrative Contact:
(VINE)
Room Number: 5114

Telephone: 336-716-9837
Email: jard@wakehealth.edu

EDUCATION:
Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA 1989-1993 BS Biology
Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 1993-1997 MD  

RESEARCH:
Clinical interventions for obesity and risk factors that develop as a result of obesity, including diabetes, hypertension, and metabolic syndrome

Tailoring interventions for minority popluations and those suffering as a result of health disparities

Use of dietary patterns to improve risk factors for cardiometabolic disease

Obesity interventions in older adults

 

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Recent Publications:

Common variation in COL4A1/COL4A2 is associated with sporadic cerebral small vessel disease

Neurology, 2015 Mar 3,
Rannikmae K;Davies G;Thomson PA;Bevan S;Devan WJ;Falcone GJ;Traylor M;Anderson CD;Battey TW;Radmanesh F;Deka R;Woo JG;Martin LJ;Jimenez-Conde J;Selim M;Brown DL;Silliman SL;Kidwell CS;Montaner J;Langefeld CD;Slowik A;Hansen BM;Lindgren AG;Meschia JF;Fornage M;Bis JC;Debette S;Ikram MA;Longstreth WT;Schmidt R;Zhang CR;Yang Q;Sharma P;Kittner SJ;Mitchell BD;Holliday EG;Levi CR;Attia J;Rothwell PM;Poole DL;Boncoraglio GB;Psaty BM;Malik R;Rost N;Worrall BB;Dichgans M;Van AT;Woo D;Markus HS;Seshadri S;Rosand J;Sudlow CL;

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