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1. Metabolic Responses to Extreme Conditions; Big Sky Keystone Symposium April, 2011
2. “What Hurts, What Works, and What Have We Learned in Eliminating Health Disparities?” Washington University Institute for Public Health, 3rd Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO October, 2010
3. Nourishing an Urban Community: Assessing Health Risk Among Public School Students. Racette SB, Clark BR, White ML, Royer NK Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting 2010, San Diego, CA. January, 2010
4. Biological Activity of Phytosterol Glycosides. Ostlund RE, Lin X, Racette SB, Ma L, Fitzgerald R, Anderson Spearie C, Moreau R American Oil Chemists’ Society (AOCS) Annual Meeting 2010, Phoenix, AZ. January, 2010
5. “Nourishing an Urban Community” Washington University Institute for Public Health, Invited Speaker for National Council Dinner; Invited Poster at second annual conference, Community”, WUSM, St. Louis, MO September, 2009
6. “Weekend, Holiday, and Freshman Indulgences – What are the Consequences?” Purdue University, Ingestive Behavior Research Center Seminar, West Lafayette, IN February, 2009
7. Worksite Health Promotion: Assessing Risk and Raising Awareness Through Mini Health Fairs Racette SB, Deusinger SS, Chandler LP, Stack J, Crane JP. Obesity Society Annual Meeting. Obesity 17 (Suppl 2): S144, 2009. January, 2009
8. Dietary Plant Sterols and Cholesterol Metabolism: A Controlled Feeding Study Racette SB, Lin X, Lefevre M, Anderson Spearie C, Ma L, Ostlund RE Obesity Society Annual Meeting. Obesity 17 (Suppl 2): S259, 2009. January, 2009
9. Assessing changes in anthropometrics and other physical fitness measures in response to a four-week residential weight loss camp Glade A, Racette S, Huelsing J. Missouri Physical Therapy Association Meeting, 2008 January, 2008
10. Dietary Phytosterols in Low Dose Increase Cholesterol Excretion and Reduce LDL Cholesterol. Racette S, Lin X, Ma L, Spearie C, Lefevre M, Ostlund R Atherosclerosis Supplements, 9(1): 255, 2008 January, 2008
11. “Side-Stepping Sarcopenia: What to Chew for a Stronger You” Washington University School of Medicine, Program in Physical Therapy,Alumni Day Symposium, Featured Speaker, St. Louis, MO September, 2007
12. “Is Weight Loss or Fitness More Important to Improve Insulin Action?” American Diabetes Association, 67th Scientific Sessions, Chicago, IL June, 2007
13. “Current Trends in Obesity Research” General Clinical Research Center National Annual Meeting,Washington, DC March, 2007
14. Influence of weekend lifestyle patterns on body weight Racette SB, Weiss EP, Schechtman KB, Steger-May K, Holloszy JO. Experimental Biology Meeting. FASEB J. 21:111.5, 2007 January, 2007
15. Worksite Opportunities for Wellness (WOW): Effects on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors During a 2-Year Period. Racette S, Deusinger S, Inman C, Burlis T, Highstein G, White N, Buskirk T. NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obesity 15 (Suppl): A223, 2007 January, 2007
16. Worksite Opportunities for Wellness (WOW): Improvements in Dietary and Physical Activity Patterns During 1 Year of Intervention Racette S, Deusinger S, Inman C, Burlis T, Highstein G, Steger-May K NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obesity 15(Suppl): A164, 2007 January, 2007
17. Worksite Opportunities for Wellness (WOW): Sustained improvements in disease risk factors after 2 years Racette SB. Worklife 2007 National Symposium: Protecting and Promoting Worker Health. Bethesda, MD; September 2007 January, 2007
18. Insulin-Resistant and Insulin-Deficient Phenotypes in Adults Aged 48-94 Years with Abnormal Glucose Tolerance Racette SB, Weiss EP, Villareal DT, Holloszy JO. American Diabetes Association 67th scientific sessions, Abstract #1315-P, Chicago, 2007. January, 2007
19. Quality of self-selected diets of non-obese participants in a randomized controlled trial of caloric restriction (CR): the CALERIE study Bales CW, McCrory M, Zheng J, Champagne C, Gilhooly C, Hannah J, Racette S, Martin C, Obert K, Das S, DeLany J, Mandel S, Rochon J, Roberts S, Schechtman K Experimental Biology Meeting. FASEB J. 21:350.5, 2007. January, 2007
20. Phytosterol quantification in DASH and other popular diets Racette SB, Phillips KM, Ma L, Ostlund RE Experimental Biology Meeting. FASEB J. 21:542.8, 2007 January, 2007
21. “Lifestyle Change” American Medical Association - Medical Student Section 2006 Region 2 Conference, St. Louis, MO February, 2006
22. Worksite Opportunities for Wellness (WOW): a novel worksite program to promote physical activity. Racette, SB; Deusinger, SS; Inman, CL; Burlis, T; Highstein, GR; Thompson, PA International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Atlanta; 2006. January, 2006
23. Effects of Exercise- or Caloric Restriction-Induced Weight Loss on Muscle Size and VO2max. Weiss EP, Racette SB, Villareal DT, Fontana L, Steger-May K, Schechtman KB, Klein S, Ehsani AA, Holloszy JO. ACSM Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise. Indianapolis, IN; September 2006 January, 2006
24. Feasibility of quantifying activity energy expenditure and caloric intake by doubly-labeled water in treated patients with schizophrenia Fahnestock P, Racette S, Wong W, Haupt D, Schweiger JA, Westerhaus E, Stevens A, Flavin KS, Yingling M, Newcomer JW. American College of Neuropsychopharmacology Conference. Hollywood, FL; December 2006. January, 2006
25. Worksite Opportunities for Wellness (WOW): Improvements in BMI and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors After 1 Year Racette SB, Deusinger SS, Inman CI, Burlis, T, Highstein GR. NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obes Res,14 (Suppl), 2006 January, 2006
26. Worksite Opportunities for Wellness (WOW): a Promising Approach for Improving BMI and Fitness Among Employees Racette SB, Deusinger SS, Inman CI, Highstein GR, Thompson PA American College of Sports Medicine Meeting. Med Sci Sports Exerc 38(5) Suppl: S120, 2006 January, 2006
27. “Washington University CALERIE (Comprehensive Assessment of Long-term Effects of Reducing Intake of Energy) Study – Phase I” National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Aging; Annual Meeting of Grantees, Bethesda, MD May, 2005
28. “Current Obesity Research” Foundation for Physical Therapy Continuing Education Series, Symposium Speaker, St. Louis, MO March, 2005
29. Changes in weight and health behaviors from freshman to senior year of college. Racette S, Deusinger S, Strube M, Highstein G, Deusinger R. NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obes Res,13 (Suppl): A122, 2005 January, 2005
30. Soy Protein Isolate and Moderate Exercise Independently and Additively Impact Bone Turnover but not Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Atlanta; 2006. 6th International Symposium on the Role of Soy in Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease, Chicago; 2005. January, 2005
31. Racette S, Deusinger S, Killion K Racette S, Deusinger S, Killion K NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obes Res,13 (Suppl): A208, 2005. January, 2005
32. “Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity: Closing gaps in the science of accelerometry.” Kraus WE, Moon A, McCrory M, Racette S, Heilbronn L, Dutta C Sponsored by Get Kids in Action, a partnership between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and The Gatorade Company} December, 2004
33. “Caloric Restriction and Aging” Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Annual Conference,New Orleans, LA November, 2004
34. Soy protein enhances body composition in postmenopausal women. Evans EM, Van Pelt RE, Racette SB, Villareal DT, Holloszy JO Experimental Biology Meeting, FASEB J, 18, #583.7, 2004. January, 2004
35. “Assessment of Free-Living Energy Expenditure with DLW: Advantages and Pitfalls” University of Illinois, Department of Kinesiology Seminar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign November, 2003
36. “Obesity and its Implications for Physical Therapy” American Physical Therapy Association 2003 Annual Conference; Educational Session,Washington, DC June, 2003
37. Weight gain and health habits during freshmen and sophomore years of college. Deusinger SS, Racette SB, Strube MJ, Highstein GR, Deusinger RH. Physical Therapy, 2003 January, 2003
38. Fitness and abdominal fat predict insulin action in old adults. Racette SB, Evans EM, Villareal DT, Holloszy JO American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 35(5) Suppl: S68, 2003. January, 2003
39. Glucose intolerance and obesity alter myocardial metabolism in young women. Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, Herrero P, Racette S, Meyer R, de las Fuentes L, Klein S, Davila-Roman VG, Gropler RJ J Am Coll Cardiol 41(6) Suppl: 428A, 2003. January, 2003
40. Increasing body mass index is associated with decreased myocardial efficiency in young women. Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, Herrero P, Racette S, Marsala J, Meyer T, Klein S, Davila-Roman VG, Gropler RJ Am Coll Cardiol,41(6) Suppl: 156A, 2003. January, 2003
41. Influence of Exercise and Dietary Patterns on Weight Gain Throughout College. Deusinger SS, Racette SB, Strube MJ, Highstein GR, Deusinger RH Longer Life Foundation Advisory Board Meeting. Nov, 2003. January, 2003
42. BMI standards in midlife and older postmenopausal women Evans EM, Ross KM, Racette SB 10th Measurement and Evaluation Symposium: Measurement Issues and Challenges in Aging Research, Champaign-Urbana, IL, 2003 January, 2003
43. Weight-based discrimination in health professions students Deusinger S, Kalisiak B, Rosoff J, Racette S, Strube M NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obes Res 11 (Suppl): A127, 2003 January, 2003
44. s weight gain inevitable during perimeopause? Racette S, Johnston BD, Obert K, Evans E, Peterson L. NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obes Res 11 (Suppl): A99, 2003 January, 2003
45. “Overview of Applied Physiology Human Aging Research” Applied Physiology Reunion Meeting: A tribute to John Holloszy,Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO June, 2002
46. BMI and Exercise Habits of College Freshmen and Sophomores. Deusinger SS, Racette SB, Highstein GR, Strube MJ, Deusinger RH. Longer Life Foundation of the Longer Life Center, Washington University School of Medicine, Division of Health Behavior Research, 2002. January, 2002
47. Endurance exercise training improves insulin action in 78+ year-old men and women. Racette SB, Evans EM, Greiwe JS, Holloszy JO American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5) Suppl: S290, 2001. January, 2001
48. Troglitazone enhances insulin-mediated suppression of fatty acid flux in type 2 diabetes mellitus Racette SB, Davis AO, McGill JB, Klein S. American Diabetes Association Meeting, Diabetes 49 (Suppl 1): A301, 2000. January, 2000
49. Changes in weight and exercise habits in college freshmen Deusinger SS, Racette SB, Strube MJ, Highstein GR, Deusinger RH, Henry J, Traughber M. NAASO Obesity Society Meeting. Obes Res 8 (Suppl 1):110S, 2000. January, 2000
50. Weight Control in Peri- and Early Postmenopausal Women Racette SB, Johnston BD, Obert KA, Peterson LR NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health, 10th Anniversary; Celebrating a Decade of Progress: Embracing Challenges for the 21st Century: page 41, 2000 January, 2000
51. Effects of endurance exercise training on muscle glycogen accumulation in humans Greiwe JS, Hickner RC, Hansen PA, Racette SB, Chen MM, Holloszy JO American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(5) Suppl: S54, 1999 January, 1999
52. Modest lifestyle intervention improves insulin action and glucose tolerance in obese African Americans Racette SB, Weiss EP, Obert KA, Kohrt WM, Holloszy JO College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(5) Suppl: S69, 1999. January, 1999
53. Effects of exercise training on the suppression of whole-body and regional lipolysis by insulin. Hickner RC, Racette SB, Binder EF, Fisher JS, Kohrt WM. American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(5) Suppl: S53, 1999. January, 1999
54. Leptin response to insulin in humans is related to the lipolytic state of abdominal subcutaneous fat. Fisher JS, Hickner RC, Racette SB, Binder EF, Kohrt WM. Experimental Biology Meeting, FASEB J 13(4) Suppl: A370, 1999 January, 1999
55. Intensive vs. conventional weight loss program in African Americans with IGT or type 2 DM. Racette SB, Weiss EP, Obert KA, Kohrt WM American Diabetes Association Meeting, Diabetes 47 (Suppl 1): A312, 1998. January, 1998
56. Whole-body and regional suppression of lipolysis by insulin: effect of training status and obesity in women Hickner RC, Racette SB, Binder EF, Fisher JS, Kohrt WM American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 30(5) Suppl: S211, 1998. January, 1998
57. “Diabetes, Obesity, and the Role of Lifestyle Intervention” Institute of Food Technologists & the American Dietetic Association Joint Meeting,St. Louis, MO November, 1997
58. Prevention of NIDDM in centrally obese African Americans. Racette SB, Weiss EP, Obert KA, Hickner RC, Kohrt WM, Holloszy JO American Diabetes Association Meeting, Diabetes 46 (Suppl 1): 372A, 1997. January, 1997
59. Muscle glycogen accumulation in trained and untrained individuals. Hickner RC, Fisher JS, Hansen PA, Racette SB, Mier CM, Turner MJ, Holloszy JO Experimental Biology Meeting, FASEB J 11(3): A214, 1997 January, 1997
60. Hydrostatic weighing with head above water in obese African Americans: a validation study. Weiss EP, Racette SB, Kohrt WM American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 28(5) Suppl: S195, 1996 January, 1996
61. The effect of 10 days of endurance training on the antilipolytic response to insulin in non-obese women Hickner RC, Racette SB, Binder E, Klein S, Kohrt W. American Diabetes Association Meeting, Diabetes 45 (Suppl 2): 324A, 1996 January, 1996
62. Reduced precision of self-reported energy intake in a minority population Schoeller DA, Luke A, Stetson B, Racette S, Cooper R, Kushner R. Experimental Biology Meeting, FASEB J 10(3): A561, 1996. January, 1996
63. Prevention of NIDDM in centrally obese African Americans. Holloszy JO, Racette SB, Jackson P. NIDDK Meeting: Diabetes Research in Minority Populations, NIH, Bethesda, MD, 1995. January, 1995
64. Midwesterners do not defend body weight Schoeller DA, Kushner R, Racette S, Shay K-J FASEB Summer Research Conference on Obesity, 1995. January, 1995
65. Effects of 10 days of exercise on insulin action in obese men and women with mild NIDDM. Arciero P, Vukovich M, Kohrt W, Racette S, Holloszy J. American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Med Sci Sports Exerc 27(5) Suppl: S130, 1995 January, 1995
66. Aerobic exercise during weight loss: effect on energy expenditure and energy intake Schoeller D, Racette S, Neil K, Kushner R. NIH Conference on Obesity & Physical Activity, 1994. January, 1994
67. “Moderate Obesity: To Treat or Not to Treat?” Committee on Human Nutrition and Nutritional Biology, Debate Moderator,University of Chicago, Chicago, IL July, 1993
68. Aerobic exercise: an important component of obesity treatment Racette S, Schoeller D, Kushner R. Obes Res, 1993. January, 1993
69. TDEE measurements in obese women: comparison of heart rate monitoring and physical activity recall questionnaires with doubly labeled water Racette S, Schoeller D, Kushner R. Experimental Biology Meeting, FASEB J 7(4): A649, 1993 January, 1993
70. Underestimation of energy intake among women during dietary restriction. Schoeller D, Racette S, Neil K, Kushner R NAASO Obesity Society Meeting, Obes Res, 1992 January, 1992
71. Effect of carbohydrate and aerobic exercise during weight reduction Racette S, Schoeller D, Kushner R, Marcis L Experimental Biology Meeting, FASEB J 6(5): A1648, 1992. January, 1992
72. Effect of adiposity on relative dilution spaces of 2H and 18O labeled water in humans. Racette S, Schoeller D, Luke A, Hnilicka J, Kushner R. Experimental Biology Meeting, FASEB J 5(4): A555, 1991 January, 1991



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