Publications and Presentations

  1. Arpit Mehta, Priya Sigmani, Suparna Ghosh-Jerath, Elizabeth F Racine. Factors Associated with Extended Breastfeeding in India. J Hum Lact. 2017; 33(1):140-48. Impact factor 2.233
  2. Mathew Sunil George, Shradha Pant, Niveditha Devasenapathy, Suparna Ghosh-Jerath, Sanjay Zodpey What motivates and demotivates community health workers in urban settings - insights from an implementation research project WHO South-East Asia J Public Health. 2017;6(1):82–89.
  3. Ghosh-Jerath S, Singh A, Magsumbol M, Kamboj P, Goldberg G. Exploring the potential of indigenous foods to address hidden hunger: Nutritive value of indigenous foods of Santhal tribal community of Jharkhand India. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition; 2016 DOI:10.1080/19320248.2016.1157545
  4. Ghosh-Jerath S, Singh A, Magsumbol M, Lyngdoh T, Kamboj P, Goldberg G. Contribution of indigenous foods towards nutrient intake and nutritional status of women in the Santhal tribal community of Jharkhand, India. Public Health Nutrition 2016; doi:10.1017/S1368980016000318 (Impact factor: 2.6).
  5. Downs SM, Singh A, Gupta V, Lock K and Ghosh-Jerath S. The need for multisectoral food chain approaches to reduce trans fat consumption in India. BMC Public Health 2015; 15:693 OI 10.1186/s12889-015-1988-7. (Impact factor 2.08)
  6. Ghosh-Jerath S, Devasenapathy N, Singh A, Shankar A, Zodpey S. Ante natal care (ANC) utilization, dietary practices and nutritional outcomes in pregnant and recently delivered women in urban slums of Delhi, India: an exploratory cross-sectional study
    Reproductive Health 2015; DOI 10.1186/s12978-015-0008-9 (ISSN: 1742-4755 (Online), Impact factor 1.62).
  7. Devasenapathy N, Ghosh Jerath S, Sharma S, et al. Determinants of childhood immunisation coverage in urban poor settlements of Delhi, India: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open 2016;6:e013015. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016- 013015
  8. Ghosh-Jerath S, Singh S, Kamboj P, Goldberg G, Melina S. Magsumbol. Traditional Knowledge and Nutritive Value of Indigenous Foods in the Oraon Tribal Community of Jharkhand: An Exploratory Cross-sectional Study, Ecology of Food and Nutrition 2015; DOI:10.1080/03670244.2015.1017758 (ISSN: 0367-0244 (Print), 1543-5237 (Online), Impact factor 0.78).
  9. Singh A, Gupta V, Ghosh A, Lock K, Ghosh-Jerath S. Quantitative estimates of dietary intake with special emphasis on snacking pattern and nutritional status of free living adults in urban slums of Delhi: Impact of nutrition transition. BMC Nutrition. 2015;1:22 DOI 10.1186/s40795-015-0018-6.
  10.  Gupta V, Downs S, Ghosh-Jerath S, Lock K, Singh A. Unhealthy fat in street and snack foods in low socioeconomic settings in India: A case study of the food environments of rural villages and an urban slum. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour .2016 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2015.11.006.
  11. Downs SM, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder SR. Identifying the Barriers and Opportunities for Enhanced Coherence between Agriculture and Public Health Policies: Improving the Fat Supply in India, Ecology of Food and Nutrition 2015; DOI:10.1080/03670244.2015.1017759 (ISSN: 0367-0244 (Print), 1543-5237 (Online), Impact factor 0.78).
  12. Devasenapathy D, Ghosh-Jerath S, Allen E, Sharma S, Shankar A, Zodpey S Reproductive healthcare utilization in urban poor settlements of Delhi:
    Baseline survey of ANCHUL (Ante Natal and Child Health care in Urban Slums)
    project. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2015; 15:212; DOI 10.1186/s12884-015-0635-8
  13. Devasenapathy N, George MS, Ghosh-Jerath S, Singh A, Negandhi N, Alagh G, Shankar AH, Zodpey S. Why do women choose to give birth at home? A situational analysis from urban slums of Delhi. BMJ Open 2014;4:e004401.doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004401 (ISSN: 2044-6055, Impact   factor 1.583).
  14. Hawkes C, Thow AM, Downs SM, Ling A, Ghosh-Jerath S, Snowdon W, Morgan E, Thiam I, Jewell J. Achieving policy coherence for non-communicable prevention in agriculture and food systems; examples from the fats supply chain. UNSCN News, 2014; 40: 37-45.
  15. Downs SM, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder SR ,“The feasibility of multisectoral policy options aimed at reducing trans fats and encouraging its replacement with healthier oils in India” Health Policy and Planning 2014;1–11d ;doi:10.1093/heapol/czu031, Impact factor: 3.056).
  16. Downs SM, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder SR. Developing Interventions to Reduce Consumption of Unhealthy Fat in the Food Retail Environment: A Case Study of India. Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 2014;9:2,210-229, DOI:10.1080/19320248.2014.908452. (online ISSN: 1932-0256 print ISSN: 1932-0248).
  17. Downs SM, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder SR. Aligning food-processing policies to promote healthier fat consumption in India. Health Promotion International 2014; doi: 10.1093/heapro/dat094. (Online ISSN 1460-2245 - Print ISSN 0957-4824  Impact factor: 1.377).
  18. Ghosh-Jerath S, Singh A, Bhattacharya A, Ray S, Yunus S, Zodpey SP. Dimensions of nutritional vulnerability: Assessment of women and children in Sahariya tribal community of Madhya Pradesh in India. Indian J Public Health. 2013 Oct-Dec; 57(3):260-267 (ISSN: 0019-557X).
  19. Downs SM, Gupta V, Ghosh-Jerath S, Lock K, Thow AM, Singh A. Reformulating partially hydrogenated vegetable oils to maximise health gains in India: is it feasible and will it meet consumer demand? BMC Public Health. 2013; 13:1139 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-1139 (Impact factor 2.08).
  20. Downs SM, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, McNab J, Reddy KS, Leeder SR. From Denmark to Delhi: Regulating trans fat in India. Public Health Nutr 2012;16(12):2273-2280. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1368980012004995 (ISSN: 1368-9800, Impact factor : 2.25).
  21. Schindeler S, Ghosh-Jerath S, Thompson S, Rocca A, Joy P, Kemp A, Rae C, Green K, Wilcken B, Christodoulou J. “The effects of large neutral amino acid supplements on PKU: An MRS and neuropsychological study.Mol Genet Metab. 2007 May;91(1):48-54. (ISSN 1096-7192, Impact factor 3.539 in 2010) (The paper mentions that both author 1 and 2 contributed equally to this work).

 

Papers presented

  1. Suparna Ghosh-Jerath, Niveditha Devasenapathy, Saket Sharma, Sanjay Zodpey. Perception of Urban Poor Community Regarding Performance of ASHAs (Accredited Social health Activists): Findings from ANCHUL (AnteNatal and Child Health Care in Urban sLums) Project. 6th Annual PHFI Research Symposium . March 2016. (Oral presentation)
  2. Suparna Ghosh-Jerath, Archna Singh, Melina S Magsumbol, Tanica Lyngdoh, Gail Goldberg. Quantitative estimates of contribution of indigenous foods to nutrient intake among women in Oraon tribal community of Jharkhand, India.” 11th International Food Data Conference 2015 (IFDC2015), November 2015 (Oral presentation)
  3.  Suparna Ghosh-Jerath, Preeti Kamboj, Archna Singh, Melina S Magsumbol, Tanica Lyngdoh, Gail Goldberg.Quantitative Estimates Of Contribution Of Indigenous Foods To Micronutrient Intake Among Women In Santhal Tribal Community Of Jharkhand, India Fifth Annual PHFI Research Symposium, March 2015. (Oral presentation)
  4. Suparna Ghosh-Jerath, Niveditha Devasenapathy, Anuraj Shankar, Sunil George, Sanjay Zodpey. Designing The ANCHUL (Ante-natal And Child Health Care in Urban Slums) Intervention using Principles of Implementation Research. Fifth Annual PHFI Research Symposium, March 2015. (Poster presentation)
  5.  Gupta V, Singh A, Lock K, Ghosh- Jerath S. Comparison of dietary assessment methods for qualitative and quantitative estimation of household fat intake in low income rural community of Haryana, India”. 46th Annual National Conference of Nutrition Society of India, Ludhiana, November 2014 (Oral presentation)
  6. Gupta V, Downs S, Singh A, Lock K, Ghosh- Jerath S. Exploring the food environment with reference to ready- to- eat commercially prepared foods in low socioeconomic settings in India: a case study of rural villages and an urban slum. PHFI Research Symposium, 20-21 March, 2014.(Poster presentation)
  7. Singh A, Gupta V, Singh A, Lock K, Ghosh-Jerath S. Comparative exploratory assessment of dietary practices with emphasis on fat intake trends in rural and urban settings. 46th Annual National Conference of Indian Dietetic Association, 12-14 December 2013, MIT, Pune, India. (Poster presentation)
  8.  Ghosh-Jerath S, Singh A, Magsumbol MS, Kamboj P, Goldberg G. Nutritive Value of Indigenous Foods, Factors Contributing to their Consumption and their Role in Addressing Food and Nutrition Security in Two Tribal Communities of Jharkhand, India. 46th Annual National Conference of Indian Dietetic Association, 12-14 December 2013, MIT, Pune, India. (Poster presentation)
  9. Ghosh-Jerath S, Devasenapathy N, Singh A, Zodpey S. Nutritional Profile and Dietary Practices of Pregnant and Lactating Women and Under 5 Children in Urban Slums of Delhi; Need for an Enabling Environment for Better Access to Healthier Options. 46th Annual National Conference of Indian Dietetic Association,12-14 December 2013, MIT, Pune, India. The presentation was awarded first prize in the category of “free communications”. (Oral presentation)
  10.  Kamboj P, Chadha R , Ghosh-Jerath S. Nutritional status, severity of sensory sensitivities and feeding problems in children (3-10 years) with pervasive developmental disorders. 20th International Congress of Nutrition, Granada, Spain. (Poster presentation)
  11.  Downs S, Gupta V, Ghosh-Jerath S, Lock K, Singh A. Reformulating partially hydrogenated vegetable oils to maximize health gains in India: An industry perspective. 20th International Congress of Nutrition, Granada, Spain. (Poster presentation)
  12. Downs S, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder S. The feasibility of multisectoral policies aimed at reducing trans fat in India. 20th International Congress of Nutrition, Granada, Spain. (Poster presentation)
  13. Singh A, Gupta V, Lock K, Ghosh-Jerath S. Exploratory assessment of dietary practices with emphasis on fat intake trends in a rural setting in Haryana, India. 20th International Congress of Nutrition, Granada, Spain. (Poster presentation)
  14. Ghosh-Jerath S, Singh A, Mugsambol M, Kamboj P, Goldberg G. Indigenous and tribal foods for addressing food and nutrition security in two tribal communities of Jharkhand, India. 20th International Congress of Nutrition, Granada, Spain. (Poster presentation)
  15. Ghosh-Jerath S, Devasenapathy N, Singh A, Zodpey S. Nutritional vulnerability of under-5 children in IA/CPHI/16/1 Intermediate v1.0 Reference: 11480 Date submitted: - Page 25 of 52 urban poor settlements of Delhi, India: need for aligning policy to food consumption pattern. 20th International Congress of Nutrition, Granada, Spain. (Poster presentation)
  16. Kamboj P, Chadha R, and Ghosh-Jerath S.Challenges in the dietary management of children with pervasive developmental disorders. Research Paper presented in Free Communication-Poster Session at Golden Jubilee Conference of Indian Dietetic Association (45th National Conference of IDA-2012) at National Institute for Nutrition (ICMR), Secunderabad.
  17. Kamboj P, Chadha R, and Ghosh-Jerath S. Nutritional status, sensory sensitivities and feeding problems in children (3-10 years) with pervasive developmental disorders (PDD). Research Paper selected for “Autism 2012”: International Symposium Research Poster Session (Toronto, Canada), 2012., (accepted as poster but not presented)
  18. Downs SM,Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder SR. From Denmark to Delhi: Regulating trans fat in India. World Public Health Nutrition Association Congress, Rio de Janeiro, April 2012 (oral presentation).
  19.  Downs SM, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder SR. Using food supply chain analysis to map trans fat in India: A preliminary analysis. Emerging Health Policy Research Conference. August 2011, Sydney, Australia.
  20. Downs SM, Thow AM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Leeder SR. Policies influencing the availability, price and marketing of trans fat in India: A food systems approach. Accepted as Oral Presentation. Population Health Congress. September 2012,Adelaide,Australia
  21. Ghosh-Jerath S, Thompson S, Schindeler S, Christodoulou J, Essential fatty acid status in PKU, IndoBritish Conference on Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition October 2006,New Delhi India. (Awarded as the best oral poster)
  22. Thompson SM, Ghosh-Jerath S, Schindeler S, Joy P, Rocca A, Rae C, Kemp A, Christodoulou J, “The effect of large neutral amino acids on brain phenylalanine level and brain functioning in early treated patients with phenylketonuria (PKU)" Annual Conference of Human Genetics Society of Australasia. July 2005,New Castle, Australia. (Poster presentation)
  23. Thompson SM, Netting MJ, Jerath S, Wiley V, Effect of a less restricted diet in galactosaemia (galactose 1 phosphate uridyl transferase deficiency), International Conference on Inborn Error of Metabolism. September 2003, Brisbane, Australia.(Poster presentation)
  24. Jerath N, Ghosh S, Sibal A, Total Parenteral Nutrition – Experience of a Pediatric Liver Transplant Unit VI Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ISPEN), March 2000,New Delhi, India.(Poster presentation)
  25. Ghosh S, Jerath N, Sibal A, Challenges in the management of Celiac disease in children, VI Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ISPEN), March 2000, New Delhi, India (Poster presentation).
  26. Ghosh S, Sibal A. Nutritional management of Celiac disease in children: Challenges ahead for Dietitians in India. Food and Nutrition Update- Challenges Ahead” held at Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi. January 2000,New Delhi, India. (Oral presentation)
  27.  Ghosh S, Siddhu A, Dietary profile of children of parents suffering from coronary Heart Disease. XXXII Annual Convection of the Indian Dietetics Association October 1999, New Delhi, India (Poster presentation)
  28. Ghosh S, Siddhu A, Risk factor profile of coronary heart disease in children of parents suffering from coronary heart disease. International Conference on Heart Health in Developing Countries October 1999, New Delhi, India (Poster presentation)