Lisa Kakinami, PhD (Epidemiology)
Associate Professor, Mathematics and Statistics
Research Member, PERFORM Centre
Fellow, Science College
Selection of recent publications (students supervised denoted with *)
Health methodologies (validation)
1. *van Rassel CR, *Bewski NA, *O'Loughlin EK, Wright A, *Scheel DP, *Puig L, Kakinami L. Validity of electrical impedance myography to estimate percent body fat: comparison to bio-electrical impedance and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 2019;59(4):632-639.
2. Kakinami L, Henderson M, Chiolero A, Cole TJ, Paradis G. Identifying the best body mass index metric to assess adiposity change in children. Arch Dis Child. 2014;99(11):1020-4.
3. Kakinami L, Séguin L, Lambert M, Gauvin L, Nikiema B, Paradis G. Comparison of three lifecourse models of poverty in predicting cardiovascular disease risk in youth. Ann Epidemol. 2013;23(8):485-91.
4. Kakinami L, Henderson M, Delvin EE, Levy E, O’Loughlin J, Lambert M, Paradis G. Association between different growth curve definitions of overweight and obesity and cardiometabolic risk in children. CMAJ.2012;184(10):E539-50.
Environment (social/built) and health
1. Ghenadenik A, Kakinami L, van Hulst A, Henderson M, Barnett T. Neighbourhoods and obesity: a longitudinal study of characteristics of the built environment and their association with adiposity outcomes in children in Montreal, Canada. Prev Med. 2018;111:35-40.
2. Kakinami L, Serbin LA, StackDM, *Karmaker SC, Ledingham JE, Schwartzman AE. Neighbourhood disadvantage and behaviouiral problems during childhood and risk of cardiovascular disease and events from a prospective cohort. Prev Med Reports. 2017;5(8):294-300.
3. Kakinami L, Barnett TA, Paradis G. Parenting style and obesity risk in children. Prev Med. 2015;75:18-22.
Socioeconomic status and health
1. Kakinami L, *Wissa R, *Khan R, Paradis G, Barnett TA, Gauvin L. The association between income and leisure-time physical activity is moderated by utilitarian lifestyles: A nationally representative US population (NHANES 1999-2014). Prev. Med. 2018;113:147-152.
2. Kakinami L, Gauvin L, Séguin, L, Lambert M, Nikiema B, Paradis G. Persistent and occasional poverty and children’s food consumption: evidence from a longitudinal Québec birth cohort. J Epidemiol Community Health.2014;68(10): 987-92.
3. Kakinami L, Gauvin L, Barnett T, Paradis G. Trying to lose weight: the association of income and age to weight loss strategies in the US. Am J Prev Med. 2014;46(6):585-92.
4. Kakinami L, Séguin L, Lambert M, Gauvin L, Nikiema B, Paradis G. Poverty’s latent effect on adiposity during childhood: evidence from a Québec birth cohort. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2014;68(3):239-45.