Ekaterina Maslova is a Teaching Fellow in Global Health at the School of Public Health where she helps coordinate, develop, and teach on the Master of Public Health (Global Health stream). She has previously taught undergraduate students at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, and served as Module lead in Epidemiology at Metropol University College in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her teaching interests are in interactive and innovative content delivery, and skill-based sessions.
Ekaterina also holds a postdoctoral research fellowship at Statens Serum Insitut in Copenhagen, funded by the Danish Diabetes Academy. Her main research interests are nutritional exposures in early life and their influence on long-term health, especially in more vulnerable populations, such as those exposed to maternal hyperglycemia and obesity. She supervises both PhD and Master’s students in these topic areas.
Ekaterina got her Doctoral degree from Harvard School of Public Health in the Departments of Nutrition and Epidemiology. Her doctoral thesis examined prenatal fatty acid status and risk of child allergic disease in two US and Danish prebirth cohorts. She has also completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Reproductive and Development Biology at Imperial College London.
et al., Maternal protein intake in pregnancy and offspring metabolic health at age 9-16 -results from a Danish cohort of GDM pregnancies and controls, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, ISSN:1938-3207
et al., 2017, Maternal macronutrient intake and offspring blood pressure 20 years later, Journal of the American Heart Association, Vol:6, ISSN:2047-9980
Olsen SF, Maslova E, Strøm M, 2015, Fetal Programming—Expands the Obstetrician’s Field of Work, Obstetric Anesthesia Digest, Vol:35, ISSN:0275-665X, Pages:181-182
et al., 2015, Maternal fat intake during pregnancy and offspring metabolic health – a prospective study with 20 years of follow-up, Clinical Nutrition, Vol:35, ISSN:0261-5614, Pages:475-483
et al., 2015, Dietary protein-to-carbohydrate ratio and added sugar as determinants of excessive gestational weight gain: a prospective cohort study, Bmj Open, Vol:5, ISSN:2044-6055
Maslova E, Hansen S, 2014, Prenatal Dietary Determinants of Asthma and Related Allergic Disorders in Childhood, Current Nutrition Reports, Vol:3, Pages:233-244
et al., Maternal protein intake during pregnancy and offspring overweight 20 years later, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, ISSN:1938-3207
et al., Peanut consumption during pregnancy and child allergic disease – should mothers decrease their intake? Evidence from the Danish National Birth Cohort, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, ISSN:1097-6825
et al., 2010, Caffeine consumption during pregnancy and risk of preterm birth: a meta-analysis., Am J Clin Nutr, Vol:92, Pages:1120-1132