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ptember 26-30, 2010, Vancouvernvention and Exhibition Centre,ncouver, BC, Canada. The Interna-nal Society of Hypertension (ISH)ites you to participate in their
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diometabolic Health Congress
tober 20-23, 2010, Sheraton Ho-, Boston, MA. The 2010 Cardiom-bolic Health Congress (CMHC) is
gathering of more than 1,500 ofe sharpest minds in dyslipidemia,e 2 diabetes, hypertension, obe-
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estigious professional societies toplore, debate, and translate theest clinical data into practicald effective strategies to improveiationPEOPLE & EVENTSat appropriately to reduce CVD.r more information, visit http://w.cardiometabolichealth.org.
ry Ann Harvey Smith, PhD,, LDN, FADA, November 2009,
s a champion in the field of dietet-who lived a life dedicated to improv-the nutrition and health of children
d others. After Smith earned a doc-ate in Food Science from the Univer-y of Tennessee, she taught nutritionMiddle Tennessee State University.e later joined the staff of the Univer-y of Tennessee Health Science Cen-s (UTHSC) Boling Center for Devel-
ental Disabilities as chief oftrition, and during her 20 years alsold the titles of training coordinator,ociate director, and acting direc-. Smith was also instrumental ineffort to have Tennessee mandate
wborn screenings for PKU and inrting the UTHSC Inborn Errors oftabolism Team, which was one of
first such teams in the Unitedtes. In 1986, by invitation from
vernor Lamar Alexander, sheved on a committee to study, de-op, and promote plans for improv-
the health and nutrition of theizens of Tennessee. In 1987, Smithved to the University of Memphis
etetic Internship Residency Pro-m as director of the program.mith was associated with the
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JsJary 4, 2010 after a long illness. Satiaearned a bachelor of science degreein microbiology, a master of sciencedmidtUatpCWUtfemhepmaliad
tions, and in the use of nutrient bi-omarkers in diet and cancer re-sea
PEOPLE & EVENTSegree in laboratory medicine, aaster of public health degree in ep-emiology, and a doctorate in nutri-
ional epidemiology, all from theniversity of Washington at Seattle,fter which she served as a postdoc-oral fellow and research assistantrofessor at the Fred Hutchinsonancer Research Center in Seattle,A. From there, she moved on to theniversity of North Carolina nutri-
ion department as an assistant pro-ssor, where she also became aember of the Lineberger Compre-ensive Cancer Center and wasventually promoted to associaterofessor, tenured in the depart-ents of nutrition and epidemiology,
t the Gillings School of Global Pub-c Health in Chapel Hill, NC, as wells special assistant to the dean foriversity. Satia also worked in theobal epidemiology department atgen, Inc, in Thousand Oaks, CA,
r 2 years.Satias research focused on the as-ciation of nutrition- and diet-re-ted factors with chronic diseases,rticularly cancers. Her primarysearch interests were cancer etiol-y, nutritional epidemiology (di-ary assessment), minority partici-tion in research studies, andncer survivorship. She conductedsearch to study relationships be-een various dietary factors (in-ding dietary supplements) and
lorectal, lung, bladder, and pros-July 2010 Journal ofrch.uring her career, Satia published
re than 65 papers, authored twok chapters, and earned severalards and honors, including theduate Student Fellowship Award
m the University of Washingtonthe New Investigator Award
m the American Society of Pre-tive Oncology in 1999. In 2001,won the Dannon Leadership In-
utes Nutrition Leadership Insti-e Award. She was also a three-e recipient, in 1999, 2001, and3, of the Minority Researcholar Award given by the Ameri-Association for Cancer Research.
e University of North Carolinalings School of Global Publicalth and the Satia family estab-ed the Dr. Jessie A. Satia Memo-
l Fund in her memory.erican Dietetic Association, Ten-ssee Dietetic Association, andmphis District Dietetic Associa-n for 42 years, holding severalcted positions, including presidentthe state association, and servingmany committees throughout hereer. In 1969, she worked on themittee to develop guidance for the
int Commission to evaluate pro-ms for individuals with mental re-dation. She also served on the firstmmission on Dietetic Registrationmmittee, with responsibility for de-oping and evaluating the first reg-ration examination, and was aair of the ADA Education Commit-. In the 1980s, Smith activelyrked to establish practice groups un-
the community umbrella andrked to develop the practice group onntal retardation and psychiatricgrams. Smith was active in both the
Behavioral Health Nutrition and Die-tetic Educators of Practitioners dieteticpractice groups. In 1998, Smith wasnamed Outstanding Educator by theTennessee Dietetic Association andOutstanding Dietitian by the MemphisDistrict Dietetic Association. The MaryAnn Smith Endowed Scholarship inClinical Nutrition at the University ofMemphis has been established in hermemory.
ERRATUMIn the article American Dietetic As-sociation Coding & Coverage Com-mittee Report: Registered Dietitiansas Preferred Providers for DiabetesCare in the April 2010 Journal(pages 639-644), the 2009-2010 Cod-ing & Coverage Committee was incor-rectly listed as the articles authors.The article was authored by the 2008-
2009 Coding & Coverage Committee:CharlotteThiessen,MPA, RD, LMNT,is manager, Clinical Nutrition, Ne-braska-Western Iowa Healthcare Sys-tem, US Department of Veterans Af-fairs, Omaha, NE; Diane Machcinski,MEd, RD, is in private practice, San Di-ego, CA; Suzanne Brodney Folse,PhD, RD, is manager, Research & Out-comes, The Health & Wellness Institute,Providence, RI; Mary Ann L. Hodor-owicz, RD, LDN, MBA, CDE, is theowner, Mary Ann Hodorowicz Consult-ing, LLC, Palos Heights, IL; LindaArpino,RD, is in private practice, Stam-ford, CT; Jane V. White, PhD, LDN,RD, FADA, is a professor, Department ofFamily Medicine, University of Tennes-see, Knoxville; Keith T. Ayoob, EdD,RD, FADA, is associate professor, De-partment of Pediatrics, Albert EinsteinCollege of Medicine, Bronx, NY.
ournal Board of Editors Member Jessieatia, PhD, MPH, Dies
ournal of the American Dietetic As-ociation Board of Editors memberessie Satia, PhD, MPH, died Febru-
tate cancer risk, with an emphasison racial and ethnic disparities. Shealso was interested in the develop-ment of simple and practical dietaryassessment tools that are adaptableto diverse ethnic and racial popula-the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 1121