Jocelyne Boumosleh
 
 
Faculty of Nursing & Health Sciences

Assistant Professor
Phone: +961-9-218950 (ext. 2061)
E mail: jboumosleh@ndu.edu.lb

 
   
 
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Jocelyne Boumosleh is currently an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Faculty of Nursing & Health Sciences at NDU. Dr. Boumosleh’s major research interests include chronic disease epidemiology and prevention. She specifically works on health disparities, with a focus on population differences in the incidence, morbidity and mortality of common chronic diseases, as well as their risk factors. Dr. Boumosleh is also interested in the role that the interaction between genetic and environmental factors plays on disease susceptibility. Her recent research focuses on role of obesity in relation to metabolic abnormalities in PCOS women, a line of research that she started at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas during her postdoctoral training. Her teaching concentration is in basic and advanced health, research methods as well as epidemiology and biostatistics courses.

Ph.D., Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh, USA, 2006.

MPH, Hospital Service Administration, American University of Beirut, 1994.

M.Sc., Environmental Health, American University of Beirut, 1992.

Refereed Journal Articles

Bunker CH, McDonald AC, Evans RW, de la Rosa N, Boumosleh JM, Patrick AL. A (2007) Randomized Trial of Lycopene Supplementation in Tobago Men with High Prostate Cancer Risk. Nutrition and Cancer, Vol. 57 (2), pp.130-7.

Conference Proceedings

Boumosleh, J., Kammerer, C., Talbott, Evelyn. Witchel, S. (2007) Linkage and association between the loci of PPAR-gamma and IL6 genes with putative disease loci of common phenotypes in multigenerational, multiplex PCOS families. Proceedings of the 89th Annual meeting of the Endocrine Society, Toronto, Canada.

Boumosleh, J., Kammerer, C., Talbott, Evelyn. Witchel, S. (2007) Increased prevalence rates of impaired Fasting Glucose (IFG), T2DM and metabolic syndrome in the adolescent and adult sub-populations in multigenerational, multiplex PCOS families as compared to the general population.  Proceedings of the 89th Annual meeting of the Endocrine Society, Toronto, Canada

Boumosleh, J.,Chang,A.,Grundy, S., Vega, L. (2010) Body Composition Phenotype and Metabolic Risk Factors in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in the Reynolds Women’s Study. Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Postdoctoral Symposium and Poster Session, USA