Nominated-Outstanding Faculty in a Supporting Role-2008
Dr. Haque's research interests include: Cancer and Aging. Childhood Obesity. Child, Adolescent and Adult Weight Management. Nutrition Intervention related to Prevention of Chronic Diseases.
Dr. Haque is a Registered Dietitian and supports research in Clinical Nutrition.
Serving on EMU Committees
Human Subjects Research Committee (HSRC)
University Human Subjects Research Committee (UHSRC)
Curriculum Advisory Committee
Serving on Local Dietetic Committees
Treasurer - Michigan Dietetics Educators Group (MDEP)
MDAI Trustee for Michigan Dietetic Association Board of Directors
Journal of Child Nutrition
Gene Expression Alterations in Mammary Tumors from Rats Subjected to Caloric Restriction (CR)
- Registered Dietitian, Commission on Dietetic Registration
- Servsafe Certified
- American Dietetic Association
- Southeastern Michigan Dietetic Association
- Michigan Dietetic Educators Practice Group
- Michigan Dietetic Association
Rubina S. Haque
Coordinated Program in Dietetics - Wayne State University
Ph.D. (Nutrition and Food Science) - Wayne State University
M.S. (Nutrition and Food Science - Wayne State University
324 Marshall Office
313 Marshall Main
Dr. Haque teaches Medical Nutrition Therapy and Advanced Topics in Nutrition, on-campus and on-line
DTC 330 Medical Nutrition Therapy I - On-Campus/On-Line
DTC 370 Medical Nutrition Therapy II - On-Campus/ On-Line
DTC 470 Medical Nutrition Therapy IV - On-Campus/ On-Line
DTC 422 Nutrient Metabolism-Micronutrients: On-Campus/On-Line
DTC 528 Sports Nutrition - On-Line
DTC 358 Food and Culture - On-Line
DTC 618 Advanced Topics in Nutrition
DTC 628 Medical Nutrition Therapy: -Advanced Topics-On-Line
Thesis Direction Topics: 2006 - 2008
Childhood Obesity: Does it lead to Type II Diabetes Mellitus
A Survey of Beverage Intake among College Students in Guam
Celiac Disease: Management and concerns of this Disease
March 2000 - Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.
Altered gene expression in mammary tumors by caloric restriction detected with microarray analysis.
September 2000 - Graduate Student Research Day, Wayne State University, Detroit
Effect of caloric restriction on gene expression in N-Nitroso-N-methylurea (NMU)-induced mammary tumors.
March 2008 - The Role of Dietitians in Screening for Diabetes Mellitus in the Community. Eastern Michigan University, Undergraduate Symposium
March 2008 - The Role of Dietitians in Screening for Hypertension in the Community. Eastern Michigan University, Undergraduate Symposium
March 2001 - Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida. Effect of
caloric restriction on gene expression in N-Nitroso-N methylurea (NMU)-induced mammary tumors.
Haque RS, Heydari AR, Klurfeld DM. Altered gene expression in mammary tumors by caloric restriction detected with microarray analysis. FASEB J 2000;14:A171. [Abstract].
Haque RS, Heydari AR, Klurfeld DM. Effect of caloric restriction on gene expression in N-Nitroso-N-methylurea (NMU)-induced mammary tumors. FASEB J 2001;15:A618 [Abstract].
Haque RS, Junqiang T, Vangipuram S, Heydari AR, Dhurandhar NV. Microarray analysis of gene expression in 3T3-L1 preadipocytes exposed to AD-36, the human adenovirus that up-regulates fat cell differentiation. Obesity Res 2001;9:95S [Abstract].
Dhurandhar NV, Atkinson RL, Vangipuram S, Haque RS, Junqiang T, Whigham LD, Heydari AR. The adiposity-promoting potential of AD-36 is not a characteristic common to all human adenoviruses. Obesity Res 2001;9:146S [Abstract].