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Sunni Mumford, Ph.D., is an Earl Stadtman Investigator in the DESPR Epidemiology Branch. Dr. Mumford earned her doctoral degree in epidemiology from the Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 2009. This training was preceded by a Master’s of Science degree in biostatistics from the Harvard University School of Public Health and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in statistics from the College of Sciences at the Utah State University in 2006 and 2002, respectively.
Dr. Mumford’s research interests focus on the relation between diet and the biologic capacity for reproduction irrespective of pregnancy intentions. Despite diet’s importance for human survival, its relation to fecundity remains an understudied area with many critical data gaps. Dr. Mumford has been an integral investigator on two longitudinal epidemiologic studies: the BioCycle Study and the Effects of Aspirin on Gestation and Reproduction (EAGeR) Trial. Her responsibilities have included leadership roles in the analysis of diet in relation to a spectrum of reproductive outcomes (e.g., hormonal profiles, menses, ovulation) in BioCycle, and in the development of the nutritional component for the EAGeR Trial. Dr. Mumford also serves as a principal investigator in the Folic Acid and Zinc Supplementation Trial (FAZST), which seeks to determine if dietary supplementation improves semen quality. Overall, her work seeks to elucidate the complex relationships between diet, metabolism, and determinants of fertility.
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|The utility of menstrual cycle length as an indicator of cumulative hormonal exposure.||Mumford SL,Steiner AZ,Pollack AZ,Perkins NJ,Filiberto AC,Albert PS,Mattison DR,Wactawski-Wende J,Schisterman EF||J Clin Endocrinol Metab||2012 Oct|
|Variations in lipid levels according to menstrual cycle phase: clinical implications.||Mumford SL,Dasharathy S,Pollack AZ,Schisterman EF||Clin Lipidol||2011 Apr 1|
|Effect of dietary fiber intake on lipoprotein cholesterol levels independent of estradiol in healthy premenopausal women.||Mumford SL,Schisterman EF,Siega-Riz AM,Gaskins AJ,Wactawski-Wende J,VanderWeele TJ||Am J Epidemiol||2011 Jan 15|
|Cholesterol, endocrine and metabolic disturbances in sporadic anovulatory women with regular menstruation.||Mumford SL,Schisterman EF,Siega-Riz AM,Gaskins AJ,Steiner AZ,Daniels JL,Olshan AF,Hediger ML,Hovey K,Wactawski-Wende J,Trevisan M,Bloom MS||Hum Reprod||2011 Feb|
|A longitudinal study of serum lipoproteins in relation to endogenous reproductive hormones during the menstrual cycle: findings from the BioCycle study.||Mumford SL,Schisterman EF,Siega-Riz AM,Browne RW,Gaskins AJ,Trevisan M,Steiner AZ,Daniels JL,Zhang C,Perkins NJ,Wactawski-Wende J||J Clin Endocrinol Metab||2010 Sep|
|Serum uric acid in relation to endogenous reproductive hormones during the menstrual cycle: findings from the BioCycle study.||Mumford SL,Dasharathy SS,Pollack AZ,Perkins NJ,Mattison DR,Cole SR,Wactawski-Wende J,Schisterman EF||Hum Reprod||2013 Apr 5|
|The impact of dietary folate intake on reproductive function in premenopausal women: a prospective cohort study.||Gaskins AJ,Mumford SL,Chavarro JE,Zhang C,Pollack AZ,Wactawski-Wende J,Perkins NJ,Schisterman EF||PLoS One||2012|