B.S. University of Vermont - Biology 5/93.
Ph.D. University of Maryland at Baltimore - Physiology 5/97.1991-93 Research Assistant Dept of Medicine, University of Vermont.
1993-1996 Research Assistant. Dept of Medicine, University of Maryland.1995-6 Lecturer: Physiology of Aging. School of Dentistry, University of Maryland.
1997-8 Post-doctoral Associate. Dept of Medicine, University of Vermont.1998-2002 Research Assistant Professor. Dept of Medicine, University of Vermont.
2002- Assistant Professor (Secondary Appointment) Dept of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, University of Vermont.2003- Assistant Professor. Dept of Medicine, University of Vermont.
Geriatric Leadership Academic Award Fellowship (NIA). 6/94 to 9/94 ($2,500) Title: Energy Metabolism in Parkinson's Patients. Role on project: PI
Geriatric Leadership Academic Award Fellowship (NIA). 4/95 to 3/96 ($5,000) Title: Energy Metabolsim in Congestive Heart Failure Patients. Role on project: PIGeriatrics and Gerontology Education and Research Program. 7/95 to 7/96 ($9,585) Title: Energy Metabolism in Congestive Heart Failure Patients.
Role on project: PI
American Federation for Aging Research (P 00183) 7/1/99 to 6/30/01 ($40,000) Title: Skeletal muscle protein metabolism in heart failure patients. Role on project: PIMentored Research Scientist Award (K01 AR-02125). 7/1/99 to 6/30/04 ($482,961)Title: Skeletal muscle protein metabolism in heart failure. Role on project: PI
Individual Research Project Grant (R01 AG-17494) 12/01/99 to 11/30/03 ($592,552) Title: Skeletal muscle protein metabolism in heart failure. Role on project: PIIndividual Research Project Grant (R01 HL-072851) 09/01/02 to 08/31/06 ($1,513,750) Title: Exercise and weight loss in obese coronary patients Role on project: co-Investigator PI: Philip A. Ades, M.D
Individual Research Project Grant (R01 AG-21602) 2/01/03 to 1/31/08 ($1,893,750) Title: Effect of Ovarian Suppression on Substrate Metabolism Role on Project: PI1992 Student Investigator of the Year Award: New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting.
1994 Graduate Merit Award for Outstanding Scholastic and Research Achievement University of Maryland.1995 American Federation for Aging Research/Glenn Foundation Scholarship for Research in the Biology of Aging.
1995 Clinical Medicine Person-in-training Award for Outstanding Research: Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting1997 Finalist: American Society for Clinical Nutrition Young Investigator Award
2003 New Investigator Award from the Endocrinology and Metabolism Section of the American Physiological SocietyToth MJ, Tchernof A. Lipid metabolism in the elderly. Eur J Clin Nutr 54: S121-S125, 2000.
Ferro-Luzzi A, Toth MJ, Elia M, Schürch B. Body weight and body composition in the elderly. Eur J Clin Nutr 54: S160-S161, 2000.Toth MJ, Poehlman ET. Energetic adaptation to chronic disease in the elderly. Nutr Rev 58: 61-66, 2000.
Toth MJ, Tchernof A, Sites CK, Poehlman ET. Menopause-related changes in body fat distribution. Ann NY Acad Sci 94:502-506, 2000.Toth MJ. Energy expenditure and physical activity. Obesity: Facts and Figures. North American Association for the Study of Obesity.
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