Lisa Kakinami, PhD
Assistant Professor (in collaboration with the PERFORM Centre), Mathematics and Statistics
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, In press)
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.