- Jun, Shinyoung
- Faculty Appointment
Assistant professor, Department of Cancer Biomedical Science
- Area of Expertise
- Nutritional Epidemiology
- Contact no
- Work Experience
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, National Cancer Center (2021.06~2021.09)
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Purdue University (2020.10~2021.05)
- Educational Background
Ph.D. Nutrition Science/Gerontology, Purdue University (2020)
M.P.H. Graduate School of Public Health, Seoul National University (2016)
B.S./B.A. Food and Nutrition Science/International Relations, Seoul National University (2014)
- Research Interests
Nutrition assessment, Diet-health relationship, Health disparity, Disease risk prediction
- International Collaboration
Member of the American Society for Nutrition
1. Jun S, Lee S, Lee J, Kim J. Diets high in glycemic index and glycemic load are associated with an increased risk of metabolic syndrome among Korean women. Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases. 2022. doi: 10.1016/j.numecd.2022.01.017
2. Cowan AE, Bailey RL, Jun S, Dodd KW, Gahche JJ, Eicher-Miller HA, Guenther PM, Dwyer JT, Potischman N, Bhadra A, Carroll RJ, Tooze JA. The Total Nutrient Index is a useful measure for assessing total micronutrient exposures among U.S. adults. Journal of Nutrition. 2022. doi: 10.1093/jn/nxab428.
3. Dwyer JT, Saldanha L, Bailen RA, Gahche JJ, Potischman N, Bailey RL, Jun S, Long Y, Connor E, Andrews K, Pehrsson P, Gusev P. Multivitamin/mineral dietary supplements for young children: do they meet recommendations of public health interest? Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2021 (Online ahead of print).
4. Cowan AE, Jun S, Tooze JA, Dodd KW, Gahche JJ, Eicher-Miller HA, Guenther PM, Dwyer JT, Potischman N, Bhadra A, Carroll RJ, Bailey RL. A narrative review of nutrient based indexes to assess diet quality and the proposed Total Nutrient Index that reflects total dietary exposures. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 2021. doi: 10.1080/10408398.2021.1967872.
5. Jun S, Cowan AE, Dwyer JT, Campbell WW, Thalacker-Mercer AE, Gahche JJ, Bailey RL. Higher dietary protein intake is associated with higher appendicular lean mass and handgrip strength among middle-aged U.S. adults. Journal of Nutrition 2021; 151(12): 3755-3763.
6. Jun S, Cowan AE, Bhadra A, Dodd KW, Dwyer JT, Eicher-Miller HA, Gahche JJ, Guenther PM, Potischman N, Tooze JA, Bailey RL. Association of food insecurity with dietary intakes and nutritional biomarkers among US children, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2011–2016. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2021; 114(3): 1059-1069.
7. Bailey RL, Jun S. Public health decisions are made at the tails of the distribution: A novel tool to estimate usual intake distributions from short term dietary assessment methods. Journal of Nutrition 2021; 151(5): 1059-1060.
8. Panjwani AA, Cowan AE, Jun S, Bailey RL. Trends in nutrient and non-nutrient containing dietary supplement use among U.S. children from 1999-2016. Journal of Pediatrics 2021; 231: 131-140.
9. Bailey RL, Jun S, Murphy L, Green R, Gahche JJ, Dwyer JT, Potischman N, Miller JW. High folic acid or folate combined with low vitamin B-12 status: potential but inconsistent association with cognitive function in a nationally representative cross-sectional sample of US older adults participating in the NHANES. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2020; 112(6): 1547-1557.
10. Jun S, Cowan AE, Bhadra A, Dodd KW, Dwyer JT, Eicher-Miller HA, Gahche JJ, Guenther PM, Potischman N, Tooze JA, Bailey RL. Older adults with obesity have higher risks of some micronutrient inadequacies and lower overall dietary quality compared to peers with a healthy weight, National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES), 2011–2014. Public Health Nutrition 2020; 23(13): 2268-2279.
11. Wallace TC, Jun S, Zou P, McCabe GP, Craig BA, Cauley JA, Weaver CM, Bailey RL. Dairy intake is not associated with improvements in bone mineral density or risk of fractures across the menopause transition: Data from the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN). Menopause 2020; 27(8): 879-886.
12. Jun S, Gahche JJ, Potischman N, Dwyer JT, Guenther PM, Sauder KA, Bailey RL. Dietary supplement use and its micronutrient contribution during pregnancy and lactation in the United States. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2020; 135(3): 623-633.
13. Kim SA, Kim J, Jun S, Wie GA, Shin S, Joung H. Association between dietary flavonoid intake and obesity among adults in Korea. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 2020; 45: 203–212.
14. Bergia RE, Jun S, Byers AW, Savaiano DA. Overhauling nutrition assistance programs to provide nutrition support for older adults. Nutrition Today 2020; 55(1): 30-37.
15. Cowan AE, Jun S, Tooze JA, Dodd KW, Gahche JJ, Eicher-Miller, HA, Guenther PM, Dwyer JT, Moshfegh AJ, Rhodes DG, Bhadra A, Bailey RL. Comparison of four methods to assess the prevalence of use and estimates of nutrient intakes from dietary supplements among U.S. adults. Journal of Nutrition 2020; 150(4):884-893. doi:10.1093/jn/nxz306.
16. Bailey RL, Zou P, Wallace TC, McCabe GP, Graig BA, Jun S, Cauley JA, Weaver CM. Calcium supplement use is associated with less bone mineral density loss but does not lessen the risk of bone fracture across the menopausal transition: data from the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation. JBMR Plus 2020; 4(1): e10246.
17. Ahn S, Jun S, Joung H. Association of total flavonoid intake with hypo-HDL-cholesterolemia among Korean adults: effect modification by polyunsaturated fatty acid intake. Nutrients 2020; 12(1), 195. doi:10.3390/nu12010195.
18. Cowan AE, Jun S, Tooze JA, Eicher-Miller HA, Dodd KW, Gahche JJ, Guenther PM, Dwyer JT, Potischman N, Bhadra A, Bailey RL. Total usual micronutrient intakes compared to the Dietary Reference Intakes among U.S. adults by food security status. Nutrients 2019; 12(1), 39. doi:10.3390/nu12010038.
19. Ham DW, Jun S, Kang M, Paik HY, Joung H, Shin S. Consumption of Korean Foods with High Flavonoid Contents Reduces the Likelihood of Having Elevated C-Reactive Protein Levels: Data from the 2015–2017 Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Nutrients 2019; 11(10), 2370. doi:10.3390/nu11102370.
20. Jun S, Zeh MJ, Eicher-Miller HA, Bailey RL. Children's Dietary Quality and Micronutrient Adequacy by Food Security in the Household and among Household Children. Nutrients 2019; 11(5), 965. doi: 10.3390/nu11050965.
21. Bailey RL, Dodd KW, Gahche JJ, Dwyer JT, Cowan AE, Jun S, Eicher-Miller HA, Guenther PM, Bhadra A, Thomas PR, Potischman N, Carroll RJ, Tooze JA. Best practices for dietary supplement assessment and estimation of total usual nutrient intakes in population-level research and monitoring. Journal of Nutrition 2019; 149(2): 181-197.
22. Jun S, Cowan AE, Tooze JA, Gahche JJ, Dwyer JT, Eicher-Miller HA, Bhadra A, Guenther PM, Potischman N, Dodd KW, Bailey RL. Dietary supplement use among U.S. children by family income, food security level, and nutrition assistance program participation status in 2011–2014. Nutrients 2018; 10(9), 1212. doi: 10.3390/nu10091212.
23. Cowan AE, Jun S, Gahche JJ, Tooze JA, Dwyer JT, Eicher-Miller HA, Bhadra A, Guenther PM, Potischman N, Dodd KW, Bailey RL. Dietary supplement use differs by socioeconomic and health-related characteristics among U.S. adults, NHANES 2011-2014. Nutrients 2018; 10(8), 1114. doi: 10.3390/nu10081114.
24. Jun S, Catellier D, Eldridge AL, Dwyer JT, Eicher-Miller HA, Bailey RL. Usual nutrient intakes from the diets of U.S. children by WIC participation and income: findings from the Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS) 2016. Journal of Nutrition 2018; 148 (9S) 1567S-1574S. doi:10.1093/jn/nxy059.
25. Bailey RL, Catellier D, Jun S, Dwyer JT, Jacquier EF, Eldridge AL. Total usual nutrient intakes of US children (under 48 months): findings from the Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS) 2016. Journal of Nutrition 2018; 148 (9S) 1557S-1566S. doi:10.1093/jn/nxy042.
26. Jun S, Thuppal SV, Maulding MK, Eicher-Miller HA, Savaiano DA, Bailey RL. Poor Dietary Guidelines compliance among low-income women eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed). Nutrients 2018; 10, 327. doi:10.3390/nu10030327.
27. Jun S, Chun OK, Joung H. Estimation of dietary total antioxidant capacity of Korean adults. European Journal of Nutrition 2018; 57(4): 1615-1625. doi: 10.1007/s00394-017-1447-6.
28. Thuppal SV, Jun S, Cowan AE, Bailey RL. The Nutritional Status of U.S. Adults with HIV. Current Developments in Nutrition 2017; 1(10), e001636. doi:10.3945/cdn.117.001636.
29. Quansah DY, Ha K, Jun S, Kim S, Shin S, Wie G, Joung H. Associations of dietary antioxidants and risk of type 2 diabetes: data from the 2007-2012 Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Molecules 2017; 22(10), 1664. doi:10.3390/molecules22101664.
30. Kim S, Song Y, Lee JE, Jun S, Shin S, Wie G, Cho YH, Joung H. Total antioxidant capacity from dietary supplement decreases the likelihood of having metabolic syndrome in Korean adults. Nutrients 2017; 9 (10): 1055. doi:10.3390/nu9101055.
31. Kim SY, Wie G, Cho Y, Kang H, Ryu K, Yoo M, Jun S, Kim S, Ha K, Kim J, Cho YH, Shin S, Joung H. The role of red meat and flavonoid consumption on cancer prevention: the Korean Cancer Screening Examination Cohort. Nutrients 2017; 9 (9): 938. doi:10.3390/nu9090938.
32. Jun S, Ha K, Chung S, Joung H. Meat and milk in the rice-based Korean diet: impact on cancer and metabolic syndrome. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 2016; 75(3): 374-384.
33. Jun S, Shin SA, Joung H. Estimation of dietary flavonoid intake and major food sources of Korean adults. British Journal of Nutrition 2016; 115: 480-489.