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Johanna Dwyer

Johanna Dwyer
Senior Scientist,
Jean Mayer Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging,
Tufts University ,


Dr. Johanna Dwyer is a Senior Nutrition Scientist in Jean Mayer Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University.Her work involves the development of a Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database that will provide analytically substantiated values for key ingredients in dietary supplements. She is an Expert in Clinical Nutrition.Dr. Dwyer also directs activities on developing understanding of dietary supplement motivation and use on the part of Americans, and is currently supervising a study involving secondary analyses of several large scale surveys of consumers on their motivations for the use of various dietary supplements. Dr. Dwyer is the author or co-author of more than 200 original research articles and 280 review articles published in scientific journals on topics including preventing diet-related disease in children and adolescents; maximizing quality of life and health in the elderly; and vegetarian and other alternative lifestyles.


Research Interest

Flavonoids in food and supplements and chronic disease risk; nutrition and quality of life; nutritional risk factors in hemodialysis and kidney disease;  cardiovascular disease prevention;and  efficacy and use of dietary supplements.