Lynn L. Moore DSc
Professor, Preventive Medicine & Epidemiology
Graduate Faculty (Primary Mentor of Grad Students)
801 Massachusetts Ave | (617) 638-8088
Preventive Medicine & Epidemiology
Framingham Heart Study
Boston Nutrition Obesity Research Center
Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research
I am an epidemiologist with a specific focus on nutritional epidemiology. Much of my research has been in the following areas: cardiometabolic disorders, cardiovascular diseased, cancer, and the causes and consequences of obesity. I am particularly interested in nutrition and its related metabolic consequences across the lifespan. I have been teaching, training, and mentoring others for many years. I am the Director of the Nutrition and Metabolism graduate programs (MS and PhD) at the B.U. School of Medicine.
DSc, Boston University, 1993
MPH, Boston University, 1987
BS, Tufts University, 1975
Yiannakou I, Singer MR, Moore LL. Indices of Mediterranean diet adherence and breast cancer risk in a community-based cohort. Front Nutr. 2023; 10:1148075. PMID: 37025613.Published on 1/18/2023
Mott MM, Zhou X, Bradlee ML, Singer MR, Yiannakou I, Moore LL. Egg Intake Is Associated with Lower Risks of Impaired Fasting Glucose and High Blood Pressure in Framingham Offspring Study Adults. Nutrients. 2023 Jan 18; 15(3). PMID: 36771213.Published on 1/6/2023
Yuan M, Hu FB, Li Y, Cabral HJ, Das SK, Deeney JT, Moore LL. Dairy Foods, Weight Change, and Risk of Obesity During the Menopausal Transition. J Nutr. 2023 Mar; 153(3):811-819. PMID: 36931753.Published on 12/27/2022
Yuan M, Hu FB, Li Y, Cabral HJ, Das SK, Deeney JT, Moore LL. Dairy Food Intakes, Postpartum Weight Retention, and Risk of Obesity. Nutrients. 2022 Dec 27; 15(1). PMID: 36615778.Published on 12/19/2022
Yuan M, Singer MR, Pickering RT, Moore LL. Saturated fat from dairy sources is associated with lower cardiometabolic risk in the Framingham Offspring Study. Am J Clin Nutr. 2022 Dec 19; 116(6):1682-1692. PMID: 36307959.Published on 9/2/2022
Yiannakou I, Pickering RT, Yuan M, Singer MR, Moore LL. Potato consumption is not associated with cardiometabolic health outcomes in Framingham Offspring Study adults. J Nutr Sci. 2022; 11:e73. PMID: 36117546.Published on 11/13/2021
Yiannakou I, Singer MR, Jacques PF, Xanthakis V, Ellison RC, Moore LL. Adherence to a Mediterranean-Style Dietary Pattern and Cancer Risk in a Prospective Cohort Study. Nutrients. 2021 Nov 13; 13(11). PMID: 34836319.Published on 9/6/2021
Yiannakou I, Yuan M, Pickering RT, Singer MR, Moore LL. Potato consumption is not associated with elevated cardiometabolic risk in adolescent girls. Br J Nutr. 2022 08 14; 128(3):521-530. PMID: 34486960.Published on 2/4/2021
Yuan M, Singer MR, Moore LL. Yogurt Consumption Is Associated with Lower Levels of Chronic Inflammation in the Framingham Offspring Study. Nutrients. 2021 Feb 04; 13(2). PMID: 33557067.Published on 1/19/2021
Pickering RT, Bradlee ML, Singer MR, Moore LL. Higher Intakes of Potassium and Magnesium, but Not Lower Sodium, Reduce Cardiovascular Risk in the Framingham Offspring Study. Nutrients. 2021 Jan 19; 13(1). PMID: 33477824.
Published on 11/15/2022
Does Eating Potatoes Increase Your Risk of Cardiometabolic Disease?
Published on 10/27/2021
Nutrient-rich potatoes can be part of a healthy diet for adolescent girls, study shows
Published on 6/10/2020
Young children who drink two cups of 100% pure fruit juice a day have healthier diets as teenagers and eat more fruit, study findsView full list of 3 media mentions.