Carol E. Greenwood
Carol GreenwoodPhD
Professor Emeritus
Department of Nutritional Sciences

Contact Info

T. (416) 978-4261 Ext. 2785
F. (416) 978-5882


150 College Street
ON, M5S 3E2

Research Interests

Role of diet in the retention of cognitive function with aging; impact of type 2 diabetes


Not accepting new students

Professional Memberships

Cardiometabolic disease, nutritional pharmacology and nutrigenomics.

Publications and Awards

Recent Publications

Fiocco AJ, Shatenstein B, Ferland G, Payette H, Morais J, Greenwood CE.  Sodium intake impacts cognitive function in older adults over 4 years depending on level of physical activity: The NuAge Study. Neurobiology of Aging (in press).

Gagnon C, Greenwood CE, Bherer L.  The acute effects of glucose ingestion on attentional control in healthy older adults. Psychopharmacology 211:337-346, 2010.

Fergenbaum, JH, Bruce, S, Spence, DJ, Lou, W, Hanley, AJG, Greenwood, CE, Young, KT. Window to the brain: Can retinopathy be used to assess cognitive function. Brain Injury 24:1448-1454, 2010.

Chui MH, Greenwood CE. Antioxidant vitamins reduce meal-induced memory deficits in adults with type 2 diabetes. Nutr Res. 28(7):423-9, 2008.


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