Johanna Lampe

Research Professor, Epidemiology
Adjunct Research Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences



PhD Nutritional Science, University of Minnesota, 1990
MS Nutrition, University of Minnesota, 1986
BS Nutritional Science, University of Minnesota, 1982



Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Box 358080
1100 Fairview Ave N., Arnold Building
PO Box 19024, Mailstop: M4-B402
Seattle, WA 98109

Research Interests

Dr. Lampe's research interests relate to the mechanisms by which components of diet, particularly constituents of plant food, alter susceptibility to and risk of cancer. Her primary research activities include using controlled dietary interventions in humans to determine how individual variation in biochemical response to high-plant food diets (e.g., biotransformation enzyme modulation, colonic environment changes) may explain differences in disease risk. The Lampe lab also studies the effect of diet on gut microbial community and the relationship of the gut microbiome to biomarkers of cancer risk and routinely measures isoflavones, lignans, and other biomarkers of plant-food intake for population-based studies.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Microbial community-scale metabolic modeling predicts personalized short-chain-fatty-acid production profiles in the human gut.
(2023 Mar 1)
Bohmann N, Wilmanski T, Levy L, Lampe JW, Gurry T, Rappaport N, Diener C, Gibbons SM

Total energy expenditure as assessed by doubly labeled water and all-cause mortality in a cohort of postmenopausal women.
(2023 Mar 6)
Am J Clin Nutr
Prentice RL, Aragaki AK, Manson JE, Schoeller DA, Tinker LF, Mossavar-Rahmani Y, Wallace RB, LaMonte MJ, Tooze JA, Johnson KC, Lampe JW, Neuhouser ML

Mortality Associated with Healthy Eating Index Components and an Empirical-Scores Healthy Eating Index in a Cohort of Postmenopausal Women.
(2022 Nov)
J Nutr 152(11): 2493-2504
Prentice RL, Aragaki AK, Van Horn L, Thomson CA, Tinker LF, Manson JE, Mossavar-Rahmani Y, Huang Y, Zheng C, Beresford SA, Wallace R, Anderson GL, Lampe JW, Neuhouser ML

Children With Celiac Disease Consume Specific Food Additives More Frequently Compared to Children Without Celiac Disease.
(2022 Dec 30)
Dig Dis Sci
McDonnell E, Lampe JW, Nuding M, Lee D

Enhancing Capacity for Food and Nutrient Intake Assessment in Population Sciences Research.
(2022 Dec 16)
Annu Rev Public Health
Neuhouser ML, Prentice RL, Tinker LF, Lampe JW

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