Andrew Ortaglia, Ph.D.

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2011 Biostatistics University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
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Biostatistics Biology, Epidemiology
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Matteo Bottai grad student 2011 University of South Carolina
 (Inferential Methods for Quantile Regression with Applications to Infant Birth Weight.)
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Ortaglia A, McDonald SM, Supino C, et al. (2020) Differential relationships between waist circumference and cardiorespiratory fitness among people with and without type 2 diabetes. Preventive Medicine Reports. 18: 101083
McDonald SM, Ortaglia A, Supino C, et al. (2019) The Role of Energy Intake on Fitness-Adjusted Racial/Ethnic Differences in Central Adiposity Using Quantile Regression. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
Khan S, Wirth MD, Ortaglia A, et al. (2018) Design, Development and Construct Validation of the Children's Dietary Inflammatory Index. Nutrients. 10
McDonald S, Ortaglia A, Supino C, et al. (2017) Fitness adjusted racial disparities in central adiposity among women in the USA using quantile regression. Obesity Science & Practice. 3: 153-161
Wirth MD, Shivappa N, Davis L, et al. (2017) Construct Validation of the Dietary Inflammatory Index among African Americans. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging. 21: 487-491
McDonald SM, Ortaglia A, Bottai M, et al. (2016) Differential association of cardiorespiratory fitness and central adiposity among US adolescents and adults: A quantile regression approach. Preventive Medicine
Sharpe PA, Wilcox S, Schoffman DE, et al. (2016) Association of complementary and alternative medicine use with symptoms and physical functional performance among adults with arthritis. Disability and Health Journal. 9: 37-45
Dwyer T, Pezic A, Sun C, et al. (2015) Correction: Objectively Measured Daily Steps and Subsequent Long Term All-Cause Mortality: The Tasped Prospective Cohort Study. Plos One. 10: e0146202
Dwyer T, Pezic A, Sun C, et al. (2015) Objectively Measured Daily Steps and Subsequent Long Term All-Cause Mortality: The Tasped Prospective Cohort Study. Plos One. 10: e0141274
Bornstein DB, Pate RR, Beets MW, et al. (2015) New Perspective on Factors Related to Coalition Success: Novel Findings From an Investigation of Physical Activity Coalitions Across the United States. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice : Jphmp
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