- ABOUT US
Carol E. Greenwood, Ph.D.
Department of Nutritional Sciences
Associate Director of KLARU
Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
- Department of Nutritional Sciences
- Kunin-Lunenfeld Applied and Evaluative Research Unit, Baycrest, Torontoo
- B.Sc. Food Science, Macdonald College of McGill University, 1969-74
- M.Sc. Food Chemistry, University of Toronto, 1974-76
- Ph.D. Nutrition, University of Toronto, 1977-80
- PDF, Neural & Endocrine Regulation, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA, 1980-83
- American Society for Nutrition Society for Neuroscience
- Role of diet in the retention of cognitive function with aging; Impact of type
on cognitive function with aging.
Fiocco AJ, Shatenstein B, Ferland G, Payette H, Morais J, Greenwood CE. Sodium intake impacts cognitive function in older adults over 4 years depending on level of physical activity: The NuAge Study. Neurobiology of Aging (in press).
- Gagnon C, Greenwood CE, Bherer L. The acute effects of glucose ingestion on attentional control in healthy older adults. Psychopharmacology 211:337-346, 2010.
- Fergenbaum, JH, Bruce, S, Spence, DJ, Lou, W, Hanley, AJG, Greenwood, CE, Young, KT. Window to the brain: Can retinopathy be used to assess cognitive function. Brain Injury 24:1448-1454, 2010.
- Chui MH, Greenwood CE. Antioxidant vitamins reduce meal-induced memory deficits in adults with type 2 diabetes. Nutr Res. 28(7):423-9, 2008.
Faculty of Medicine
University of Toronto
FitzGerald Building, Room 430
150 College Street