|2021||A systematic review of the use of dietary self-monitoring in behavioural weight loss interventions: delivery, intensity and effectiveness||Public Health Nutrition||Raber et al.||34412727||Recipe and educational video development, Dietary assessments|
|2021||Dietary fiber and probiotics influence the gut microbiome and melanoma immunotherapy response||Science||Spencer et al.||34941392||Nutrient-controlled food provision|
|2021||Dietary N-Nitroso Compounds and Risk of Hepatocellular Carcinoma: A USA-Based Study||Hepatology||Zheng et al.||34233041||Research Support|
|2022||Diet-derived metabolites and mucus link the gut microbiome to fever after cytotoxic cancer treatment||Science Translational Medicine||Schwabkey et al.||36383683||Research Support|
|2023||Obesity is associated with altered tumor metabolism in metastatic melanoma||Clinical Cancer Research||Hahn et al.||36166093||Research Support|
|2023||Translating energy balance research from the bench to the clinic to the community: Parallel animal‐human studies in cancer||CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians||Garcia et al.||36825928||Research Support|
|2023||Feasibility and Effectiveness of a Worksite-Weight-Loss Program for Cancer Prevention among School-District Employees with Overweight and Obesity||International Journal of Environment Research and Public Health||Lee et al.||36612860||Nutrition education and counseling
|2022||A novel Mediterranean dietary intervention for prostate cancer||Cancer Research||Cass et al.||Nutrient-controlled food provision|
|2022||Network Analysis of Gut Microbiome Throughout a Whole Foods Based High Fiber Dietary Intervention Reveals Complex Community Dynamics in Melanoma Survivors||Cancer Research||Mousavi et al.||Nutrient-controlled food provision|
|2022||Dietary fiber intake is associated with increased tertiary lymphoid structures in dedifferentiated liposarcoma following immune checkpoint blockade||Journal for Immunotherapy of Cancer||Traweek et al.||Dietary assessments|
|2023||The DIET study: A randomized controlled trial of a high fiber diet in cancer patients receiving immune checkpoint blockade (ICB)||Journal of Clinical Oncology||Farias et al.||Nutrient-controlled food provision|
Acknowledging the BRC
Any abstracts, posters, or publications based on data collected with assistance from the Bionutrition Research Core should include the following acknowledgments:
"This study was supported by the Bionutrition Research Core, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center."
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