Michael H. Green, Ph.D.

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Professor

Contact Information

202A Chandlee Laboratory
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA 16802

814-863-2914

(fax) 814-863-6103

mhg@psu.edu

Education

Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley), 1973

Research Interests

Vitamin A metabolism

Tracer kinetics/mathematical modeling

Lipoprotein metabolism

Lipid absorption

Vitamin A delivery to milk

Selected Publications

Green M.H., J.B. Green, H.C. Furr and the Vitamin A Tracer Task Force. (2008) Mathematical Modeling of Stable Isotope Data to Estimate Vitamin A Stores. In-house Publication of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Published, June 2008. 34 pages.

Markantonatos, X., M.H. Green and G.-A. Varga. Use of compartmental analysis to study ruminal volatile fatty acid metabolism under steady state conditions in Holstein heifers. J. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 143:70-88, 2008.

Cifelli, C.J., J.B. Green, Z. Wang, S. Yin, R.M. Russell, G. Tang and M.H. Green. Kinetic analysis shows that vitamin A disposal rate in humans is positively correlated with vitamin A stores. J. Nutr. 138:971-977, 2008.

Green M.H., J.B. Green, H.C. Furr and the Vitamin A Tracer Task Force. Mathematical Modeling of Stable Isotope Data to Estimate Vitamin A Stores. International Atomic Energy Agency. (Eds), June 2008.

Green, M.H., S.H. Gieng, F.J. Rosales and J.B. Green. Kinetic analysis shows that inflammation inhibits mobilization of liver vitamin A in rats. In: Mathematical Modeling in Nutrition and Agriculture (M.D. Hanigan, Novotny, J.A and Marstaller, C.L., eds.) Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 2007, pp. 195-212.

Gieng, S.H., M.H. Green, J.B. Green and F.J. Rosales. Model-based compartmental analysis indicates a reduced mobilization of hepatic vitamin A during inflammation in rats. J. Lipid Res. 48:904-913, 2007.

Cifelli, C.J., J.B. Green and M.H. Green. Use of model-based compartmental analysis to study vitamin A kinetics and metabolism. In: Vitamins and Hormones, G. Litwak, ed., Academic Press/Elsevier, San Diego. 75:161-195, 2007.

Courses Taught

NUTR 445 Nutrient Metabolism I

NUTR 452 Nutritional Aspects of Disease

NUTR 513 Atherosclerosis and Nutrition

NUTR 515 Mathematical Modeling in Nutrition

NUTR 551 Seminar in Nutrition

NUTR 581 Regulation of Nutrient Metabolism

Strategic Themes

  • Domains of Health and Behavior