Aryeh D Stein
Aryeh D Stein is Professor of Global Health at the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University. His research focuses on the growth and development of children and the consequences of variation in these factors as they relate to adult health. He collaborates actively with investigators following participants in the INCAP Nutrition Supplementation Trial Longitudinal Study in Guatemala, and with the COHORTS group of birth cohort studies in low and middle-income countries.
Prof. Stein obtained his BSc in Nutrition from the University of London, England and his MPH and PhD degrees, both in epidemiology, from Columbia University in New York City, USA.
Professor Stein's most recent publications:
- Developmental undernutrition, offspring obesity and type 2 diabetes.
- Linear Growth through 12 Years is Weakly but Consistently Associated with Language and Math Achievement Scores at Age 12 Years in 4 Low- or Middle-Income Countries.
- Exposure to improved nutrition from conception to age 2 years and adult cardiometabolic disease risk: a modelling study.
- Intergenerational Transmission of Poverty and Inequality: Parental Resources and Schooling Attainment and Children's Human Capital in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam.
- The Impact of Nutritional Interventions beyond the First 2 Years of Life on Linear Growth: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
- Disadvantages of having an adolescent mother.