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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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William Rumpler
Food Components and Health Laboratory
Physiology

Phone: (301) 504-8360 ext. 242
Fax:
Room 215

10300 BALTIMORE BLVD
BLDG 307-B BARC-EAST
BELTSVILLE , MD 207052350

Projects
Metabolism and Molecular Targets of Macro and Micro Food Components in the Development and Management of Obesity and Chronic Diseases
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 426314
Absorption, Metabolism, and Health Impacts of Bioactive Food Components
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 426315
Physical Activity and its Impact on Glucose Metabolism and Fuel Management
Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 425694
Nutrition Research to Reduce Risk of Disease
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 422008
Dietary Interventions to Reduce Risk of Chronic Disease
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 424234

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Automated Guidance from Physiological Sensing to Reduce Thermal-Work Strain Levels on a Novel Task -
The metabolizable energy of dietary resistant maltodextrin is variable and alters fecal microbiota composition in adult men -
Baer, D.J., Stote, K.S., Henderson, T.R., Paul, D.R., Okuma, K., Tagami, H., Kanahori, S., Gordon, D.T., Rumpler, W.V., Ukhanova, M., Culpepper, T., Wang, X., Mai, V. 2014. The metabolizable energy of dietary resistant maltodextrin is variable and alters fecal microbiota composition in adult men. Journal of Nutrition. 114:1023-1029.
Three 15-min bouts of moderate postmeal walking significantly improves 24-h glycemic control in older people at risk for impaired glucose tolerance -
DiPietro, L., Gribok, A., Stevens, M.S., Larry, H.F., Rumpler, W.V. 2013. Three 15-min bouts of moderate postmeal walking significantly improves 24-h glycemic control in older people at risk for impaired glucose tolerance. Diabetes Care. 36(10)3262-3268.
On the accuracy of instantaneous gas exchange rates, energy expenditure, and respiratory quotient calculations obtained in indirect whole room calorimetry -
Gribok, A., Reed, H., Buller, M., Rumpler, W.V. 2013. On the accuracy of instantaneous gas exchange rates, energy expenditure, and respiratory quotient calculations obtained in indirect whole room calorimetry. Physiological Measurement. 34:737-755.
On the accuracy of instantaneous gas exchange rates, energy expenditure, and respiratory quotient calculations obtained in indirect whole room calorimeter -
Gribok, A., Hoyt, R., Buller, M., Rumpler, W.V. 2013. On the accuracy of instantaneous gas exchange rates, energy expenditure, and respiratory quotient calculations obtained in indirect whole room calorimeter. Physiological Reviews. 34(6):737-755.
Whey protein but not soy protein supplementation alters body weight and composition in free-living overweight and obese adults -
Stote, K.S., Paul, D.R., Harris, G.K., Rumpler, W.V., Clevidence, B.A., Baer, D.J. 2011. Whey protein but not soy protein supplementation alters body weight and composition in free-living overweight and obese adults. Journal of Nutrition. 141:1489-94.
The effects of catechin rich teas and caffeine on energy expenditure and fat oxidation: a meta-analysis -
Hursel, R., Viechbauer, W., Dulloo, A.G., Tremblay, A., Tappy, L., Rumpler, W.V., Westerterp-Plantenga 2011. The effects of catechin rich teas and caffeine on energy expenditure and fat oxidation: a meta-analysis. Obesity Reviews. 12:e573-e581.
Oolong tea does not improve glucose metabolism in non-diabetic adults -
Baer, D.J., Novotny Dura, J., Harris, K., Stote, K., Clevidence, B.A., Rumpler, W.V. 2010. Oolong tea does not improve glucose metabolism in non-diabetic adults. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 65:87-93.
Estimates of adherence and error analysis of physical activity data collected via accelerometry in a large study of free-living adults. -
Paul, D., Kramer, M.H., Stote, K.S., Spears, K.E., Moshfegh, A.J., Baer, D.J., Rumpler, W.V. 2008. Estimates of adherence and error analysis of physical activity data collected via accelerometry in a large study of free-living adults. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 8:38.
The US Department of Agriculture Automated Multiple-Pass Method reduces bias in the collection of energy intakes -
Moshfegh, A.J., Rhodes, D.G., Baer, D.J., Murayi, T., Clemens, J.C., Rumpler, W.V., Paul, D.R., Sebastian, R.S., Kuczynski, K.J., Ingwersen, L.A., Staples, R.C., Cleveland, L.E. 2008. The US Department of Agriculture Automated Multiple-Pass Method reduces bias in the collection of energy intakes. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 88:324-332.
Impact of reduced meal frequency without caloric restriction on glucose regulation in healthy, normal weight middle-aged men and women. -
Carlson, O., Martin, B., Stote, K.S., Golden, E., Maudsley, S., Najjar, S.S., Ferrucci, L., Ingram, D.K., Longo, D.L., Rumpler, W.V., Baer, D.J., Egan, J., Mattson, M.P. 2007. Impact of reduced meal frequency without caloric restriction on glucose regulation in healthy, normal weight middle-aged men and women. Metabolism. 56:1729-1734.
COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MONITORS -
Paul, D.R., Kramer, M.H., Moshfegh, A.J., Baer, D.J., Rumpler, W.V. 2007. Comparison of two different physical activity monitors. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 7:(26). Available: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2288/7/26.
Identifying sources of reporting error using measured food intake. -
Rumpler, W.V., Rhodes, D.G., Moshfegh, A.J., Paul, D.R., Kramer, M.H. 2008. Identifying sources of reporting error using measured food intake. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 62(4):544-52.
A Controlled Trial of Reduced Meal Frequency without Caloric Restriction in Healthy, Normal Weight Middle-Aged Men and Women -
Stote, K.S., Baer, D.J., Spears, K., Paul, D.R., Rumpler, W.V., Strycula, P., Najjar, S.S., Ferrucci, L., Ingram, D.K., Longo, D.L., Mattson, M.P. 2007. A controlled trial of reduced meal frequency without caloric restriction in healthy, normal weight middle-aged men and women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 85:981-988.
WHEY PROTEIN SUPPRESSES PLASMA GHRELIN CONCENTRATIONS IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE MEN AND WOMEN. -
Stote, K.S., Rumpler, W.V., Clevidence, B.A., Paul, D., Harris, G.K., Baer, D.J. 2006. Whey protein suppresses plasma ghrelin concentrations in overweight and obese men and women [abstract]. The Obesity Society Annual Meeting, October 20-24, 2006, Boston, MA. p. A543-p.
WHEY PROTEIN DECREASES BODY WEIGHT AND FAT IN SUPPLEMENTED OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS -
Baer, D.J., Stote, K.S., Clevidence, B.A., Harris, G.K., Paul, D., Rumpler, W.V. 2006. Whey protein decreases body weight and fat in supplemented overweight and obese adults. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference, April 2006, San Francisco, CA. FASEB J 20:A427.
VARIABILITY IN THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF FREE-LIVING ADULTS. -
Paul, D., Kramer, M.H., Rumpler, W.V., Stote, K.S., Clevidence, B.A., Harris, G.K., Baer, D.J. 2006. Variability in the physical activity of free-living adults. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference, San Francisco, CA. FASEB J 20:A588.
VALIDATION OF A FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE BY DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF HABITUAL AD LIBITUM FOOD INTAKE -
Paul, D.R., Rhodes, D.G., Kramer, M.H., Baer, D.J., Rumpler, W.V. 2005. Validation of a food frequency questionnaire by direct measurement of habitual ad libitum food intake. American Journal of Epidemiology 162:1-9
COVERT MANIPULATION OF MACRONUTRIENT INTAKE HAS LITTLE IMPACT ON LONG TERM VOLUNTARY FOOD INTAKE AND MACRONUTRIENT SELECTION IN MEN. -
Rumpler, W.V., Rhodes, D.G., Paul, D.R. 2006. Covert manipulation of macronutrient intake has little impact on long term voluntary food intake and macronutrient selection in men. International Journal of Obesity. 30(5):774-781.
UNDERSTANDING VARIABILITY IN DAILY FOOD INTAKE: IMPLICATIONS FOR NUTRITION STUDIES AND DIETARY RECOMMENDATIONS. -
Rumpler, W.V. 2004. Understanding variability in daily food intake: implications for nutrition studies and dietary recommendations. Diabetes Technology Meeting.
PREPRANDIAL GHRELIN IS NOT AFFECTED BY MACRONUTRIENT INTAKE, ENERGY INTAKE OR ENERGY EXPENDITURE. -
Paul, D.R., Kramer, M.H., Rhodes, D.G., Rumpler, W.V. 2005. Preprandial ghrelin is not affected by macronutrient intake, energy intake or energy expenditure. Experimental Biology. 4(1):2.
COMMERCIAL PORTION-CONTROLLED FOODS IN RESEARCH STUDIES: HOW ACCURATE ARE LABEL WEIGHTS? -
Conway, J.M., Rhodes, D.G., Rumpler, W.V. 2004. Commercial portion-controlled foods in research studies: how accurate are label weights? Journal Of The American Dietetic Association. 104:595-603.
PLASMA LIPIDS, LIPOPROTEINS, AND ALCOHOL. -
Rumpler, W.V., Baer, D.J., Clevidence, B.A. 2003. Plasma lipids, lipoproteins, and alcohol. CRC Press.321-335.
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GENDER AND FOOD INTAKE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND BODY COMPOSITION. -
Paul, D.R., Novotny Dura, J., Rumpler, W.V. 2004. Interactions between gender and food intake on the relationship between energy expenditure and body composition. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 79:385-389.
THE IMPACT OF COVERT MANIPULATION OF MACRONUTRIENT INTAKE ON ENERGY INTAKE (EI) AND MACRONUTRIENT SELECTION. -
Rumpler, W.V., Rhodes, D., Paul, D.R. 2003. The impact of covert manipulation of macronutrient intake on energy intake (ei) and macronutrient selection. Experimental Biology.
THE EFFECT OF DAILY ALCOHOL INTAKE ON BREATH ALCOHOL CONCENTRATIONS OF POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN AFTER A BOLUS DOSE. -
Novotny Dura, J., Rumpler, W.V., Baer, D.J., Judd, J.T. 2003. The effect of daily alcohol intake on breath alcohol concentrations of post-menopausal women after a bolus dose. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 64:380-383.
PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS AS PREDICTORS OF UNDER-REPORTING OF ENERGY INTAKE ON 24H DIETARY RECALLS -
Novotny Dura, J., Rumpler, W.V., Riddick, H., Judd, J.T., Baer, D.J., Mcdowell, M., Hebert, J., Briefel, R. 2003. Personality characteristics as predictors of under-reporting of energy intake on 24h dietary recalls. Journal Of The American Dietetic Association. 103:1146-1151
THE EFFECT OF OOLONG TEA ON METABOLIC RATE AND SUBSTRATE USE IN MEN. -
Rumpler, W.V., Seale, J.L., Clevidence, B.A., Judd, J.T., Yamamoto, S., Komatsu, T., Hosoda, K. 2001. The effect of oolong tea on metabolic rate and substrate use in men. Journal of Nutrition. 131:2848-2852.
ACCURACY AND PRECISION OF DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY FOR BODY COMOSITION MEASUREMENTS IN RHESUS MONKEYS -
INFLUENCE OF RUMINAL OR POSTRUMINAL STARCH INFUSION ON ENERGY BALANCE IN GROWING BEEF STEERS. -
CHANGES IN WOMEN'S PLASMA LIPID AND LIPOPROTEIN CONCENTRATIONS DUE TO MODERATE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL ARE AFFECTED BY DIETARY FAT LEVEL -
ENERGY VALUE OF DIETARY FAT IN HUMANS -
URINARY CATECHOLAMINE EXCRETION IN MEN AND WOMEN: BETWEEN- AND WITHIN- SUBJECT VARIATION. -
COMPARISON OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE MEASUREMENTS BY DIET RECORDS, ENERGY INTAKE BALANCE, DOUBLY LABELED WATER AND ROOM CALORIMETRY -
SYNCHRONOUS HEAT EMISSION AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE USING DIRECT AND INDIRECT CALORIMETRY -
COMPENSTATING HEAT STORAGE IN A CALORIMETRIC CHAMBER BY A TWO-COMPARTMENT- MODEL -
MODELING OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND RESTING METABOLIC RATE DURING WEIGHT LOSS IN HUMANS -
DIETARY FIBER DECREASES METABOLIZABLE ENERGY VALUE AND NUTRIENT DIGESTIBILITY OF MIXED DIETS FED TO HUMANS -
LETTER TO EDITOR. REPLY TO LETTER BY DR. ERIC JEQUIER RE. MANUSCRIPT "ENERGY VALUE OF MODERATE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION BY HUMANS". -
THE THERMIC EFFECT OF ALCOHOL IN THE DIETS OF ALCOHOLICS -
Rumpler, W.V., Douglas, B., Bigelow, G., Strain, E., Gentry, T., Lands, W. 1996. The thermic effect of alcohol in the diets of alcoholics. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
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