Adjunct Lecturer

Beth Bradley, a UVM alumna, builds bridges between science and the marketplace. She helps the food industry develop strategies to advance health and wellness initiatives through public-private partnerships that ultimately benefit consumers. Beth’s research focuses on the relationships between whole-milk dairy consumption and health and disease.

Publications

  • Rice Bradley, B.H. Dietary fat and risk for type 2 diabetes: a review of recent research. Curr. Nutr. Rep. 2018. Sept; DOI 10.1007/s13668-018-0244-z. (invited review)
  • Rice Bradley, B. and O’Sullivan, T. (Eds). Dairy Products. Nutrients. 2018. ISBN: 978-3-03897-369-0 (PDF)
  • Whitsett-Morrow, D. and Rice B. (Eds). Dairy nutrition: an engine for economic growth. Food Nutr. Bull. 2018. 39(S2).
  • Astrup, A., Rice Bradley, B.H., Brenna, J.T., Delplanque, B., Ferry, M., Torres-Gonzalez, M. Regular-fat dairy and human health: a synopsis of symposia presented in Europe and North America (2014-2015). Nutrients. 2016. 8(8). Pii: E463. doi: 10.3390/nu8080463.
  • Litwin, N.S., Rice Bradley, B.H., Miller, G.D. Dairy proteins in nutrition and food science: functional ingredients in the current global marketplace. J. Food Sci. 2015. 80(S1): A1.
  • Baer, D.J., Rice Bradley, B.H., Kris-Etherton, P., Mente, A. and de Oliveira Otto, M. Insights and perspectives on dietary modifications to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Adv. Nutr. 2014. Sep; 5(5): 553-5.
  • Rice, B.H. Dairy and cardiovascular disease. Curr. Nutr. Rep. 2014. March; DOI 10.107/s13668-014-0076-4. (invited review)
  • Rice, B. H., Quann, E. E., and Miller, G. D. Meeting and exceeding dairy recommendations: effects on nutrient intakes and chronic disease risk. Nutr. Rev. 2013. Apr; 71(4): 209-23.
  • Rice, B. H., Kraft, J., Destaillats, F., Bauman, D. E., and Lock, A. L. Ruminant-produced trans-fatty acids raise plasma HDL particle concentrations in intact and ovariectomized female Hartley guinea pigs. J. Nutr. 2012. Sep; 142(9): 1679-83.
  • Rice, B. H., Cifelli, C. J., Pikosky, M. A., and Miller, G. D. Dairy components and risk factors for cardiometabolic syndrome: recent evidence and opportunities for future research. Adv. Nutr. 2011. 2(9);396-407. 
  • Rice, B. H., Kraft, J., Destaillats, F., Bauman, D. E., and Lock, A. L. Ruminant-produced trans-fatty acids raise plasma total and small HDL particle concentrations in male Hartley guinea pigs. J. Nutr. 2010. 140(12);2173-2179.
  • Lock, A. L., Kraft, J., Rice, B. H., and Bauman, D. E. Biosynthesis and biological activity of rumenic acid: a natural CLA isomer. Pages 195 – 230 in trans-Fatty Acids in Human Nutrition – Second Edition. F. Destaillats, J.-L. Sébédio, F. Dionisi, and J.-M. Chardigny, Ed. The Oily Press, Bridgewater, U. K. 2009. (invited review).
Beth Bradley

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Relationships between whole-milk dairy consumption and health and disease.

Education

  • PhD, Animal, Nutrition and Food Sciences, University of Vermont, 2011
  • MS, Nutrition and Food Sciences, University of Vermont, 2005
  • BS, Nutrition and Food Sciences, University of Vermont, 2003

Contact

Phone:
  • 802-656-0672
Office Location:

255 MLS Carrigan Wing

Office Hours:

by appointment