Professor Barbara F. Harland, ASN Fellow Tenured, Graduate Faculty, Howard University since 1984. Fellow, American Societ for Nutrition. Education: PhD Nutrition, University of Maryland, College Park, 1971; MS Nutrition, University of Washington, Seattle, 1949; BS Dietetics, Iowa State University, Ames, 1946. Research Interests: Dietary Fibre, Phytate, and Trace Minerals. Impact of these constituents on Nutritional Status. Experience: thirty-seven years undergraduate and graduate nutrition teaching at the University of Washington, Seattle; University of Indiana, New Albany; University of Maryland, College Park; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; University of Hawaii, Honolulu; Howard University. Fourteen years of human and animal nutrition research, Division of Nutrition, Food and Drug Administration, Washington, DC. Developer: AOAC-Approved enzymatic-gravimetric method for the analysis of Total Dietary Fibre, l985. Senior author of an anion-exchange method for phytate analysis, approved by AOAC, 1986. Authored, “MINERALS” Nutrition and Metabolism, 2nd Ed, 2008 with Dr Oberleas; 100 Peer-Reviewed Publications, 161 Scientific Presentations.
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