Search Results for Colin Kay

PHHI Welcomes New Faculty Member in Translational Nutrition

May 24, 2016

Read the news release from the Plants for Human Health Institute. KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – Dr. Colin Kay recently joined N.C. State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis. An associate professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences, Kay’s research interest lies in understanding the relationships […]

Principal Investigators

March 24, 2014

Principal Investigators The NC Research Campus’ principal investigators delve into specific research topics furthering the mission of their research institutes and the campus. Use the links below to learn more about each scientist and their organization. NEXT PAGE →  

Berry Research

February 11, 2014

Advances in Berry Research Meet our outstanding berry researchers who are nutritionally-enhancing berry varieties to benefit consumers and farmers and developing new functional food products that extend the health advantages of berries. Use the links below to learn more about their research and their institutes. To the right, read the latest headlines and journal articles about berry research at the […]

Influence of Ingesting a Flavonoid-Rich Supplement on the Metabolome and Concentration of Urine Phenolics in Overweight/Obese Women

July 13, 2017

David C. Nieman, Sivapriya Ramamoorthy, Colin D. Kay, Courtney L. Goodman, Christopher R. Capps, Zack L. Shue, Nicole Heyl, Mary H. Grace, and Mary A. Lila (2017). Influence of Ingesting a Flavonoid-Rich Supplement on the Metabolome and Concentration of Urine Phenolics in Overweight/Obese Women. Journal of Proteome Research. Author Affiliations Human Performance Lab, Appalachian State […]

Signatures of anthocyanin metabolites identified in humans inhibit biomarkers of vascular inflammation in human endothelial cells

May 25, 2017

Emily F. Warner, Michael J. Smith, Qingzhi Zhang, K. Saki Raheem, David O’Hagan, Maria A. O’Connell, Colin D. Kay (2017). Signatures of anthocyanin metabolites identified in humans inhibit biomarkers of vascular inflammation in human endothelial cells. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research. Author Affiliations Department of Nutrition, Norwich Medical School, Bob Champion Research and Education Building, […]