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Raquel del Carmen Burrows Argote

PROFESOR TITULAR

universidad de

Santiago, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Obesidad del niño y adolescente; Riesgo cardiometabólico asiciado a obesidad; Insulino resistencia; factores biospicosociales de las enferemdades crónicas de origen nutricional; inflamamión y enferemdades crónicas nutricionales.

Educación

  •  MEDICO CIRUJANO, UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE. Chile, 1976
  •  CIENCIAS MEDICAS, PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE. Chile, 1975
  •  PEDIATRIA, UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE. Chile, 1978
  •  ENDOCRINOLOGIA, UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE. Chile, 1981

Experiencia Académica

  •   PROFESOR TITULAR Part Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

    INSTITUTO DE NUTRICION Y TECNOLOGIA DE LOS ALIMENTOS

    Santiago, Chile

    1987 - A la fecha

Experiencia Profesional

  •   PROFESOR TITULAR Part Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

    Chile

    1987 - A la fecha


 

Article (63)

Accuracy of a semiquantitative ultrasound method to determine liver fat infiltration: Association with Cardiometabolic Health Profile in Early AdulthoodI
BMI Trajectories from Birth to 23 Years by Cardiometabolic Risks in Young Adulthood
Childhood socioeconomic hardship, family conflict, and young adult hypertension: The Santiago Longitudinal Study
Eating Behavior and Body Composition in Chilean Young Adults
Mechanisms linking childhood weight status to metabolic risk in adolescence
Obesity relates to the impairment of pancreatic Beta-cell function in early adulthood, independent of age at obesity onset: findings from the Santiago Longitudinal Study.
Pathways to inflammation in adolescence through early adversity, childhood depressive symptoms, and body mass index: A prospective longitudinal study of Chilean infants
Sensitive periods for psychosocial risk in childhood and adolescence and cardiometabolic outcomes in young adulthood
A waist-to-height ratio of 0.54 is a good predictor of metabolic syndrome in 16-year-old male and female adolescents
Cardiometabolic health in adolescence and its association with educational outcomes
Changes in socioeconomic status and lipoproteins in Chilean adolescents=> a 16-year longitudinal study
Eating in the Absence of Hunger and Obesity Among Adolescents in Santiago, Chile
Ferritin levels throughout childhood and metabolic syndrome in adolescent stage
Home and Family Environment Related to Development of Obesity: A 21-Year Longitudinal Study
Infant Psychosocial Environment Predicts Adolescent Cardiometabolic Risk: A Prospective Study
Light smoking is associated with metabolic syndrome risk factors in Chilean young adults
Long-term vs. recent-onset obesity: their contribution to cardiometabolic risk in adolescence
Randomized Controlled Trial of Iron-Fortified versus Low-Iron Infant Formula: Developmental Outcomes at 16 Years
Greater early weight gain and shorter breastfeeding are associated with low adolescent adiponectin levels
Overnutrition as a potential risk factor for lower academic performance in Chilean adolescents from low-to-middle socioeconomic background
Breastfeeding as the sole source of milk for 6 months and adolescent bone mineral density
Early onset obesity and risk of metabolic syndrome among Chilean adolescents
Low muscle mass is associated with cardiometabolic risk regardless of nutritional status in adolescents: A cross-sectional study in a Chilean birth cohort
Physical fitness and insulin sensitivity in a group of obese children from 8 to 13 years of age by puberal state
Snacking Quality Is Associated with Secondary School Academic Achievement and the Intention to Enroll in Higher Education=> A Cross-Sectional Study in Adolescents from Santiago, Chile
Comparison of body fat calculations by sex and puberty status in obese schoolchildren using two and four compartment body composition models
Leptin status in adolescence is associated with academic performance in high school=> a cross-sectional study in a Chilean birth cohort
Nutritional quality of diet and academic performance in Chilean students [Qualité nutritionnelle de l’alimentation et résultats scolaires des lycéens chiliens] [Calidad nutricional de la dieta y rendimiento académico de los estudiantes chilenos]
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN FEEDING BEHAVIOR, AND GENETIC POLYMORPHISM OF LEPTIN AND ITS RECEPTOR IN OBESE CHILEAN CHILDREN
Association between feeding behavior, and genetic polymorphism of leptin and its receptor in obese chilean children [Asociación entre la conducta alimentaria y polimorfismos genéticos de la leptina y su receptor en niños obesos chilenos]
Healthy Chilean Adolescents with HOMA-IR greater or equal to 2.6 Have Increased Cardiometabolic Risk: Association with Genetic, Biological, and Environmental Factors
Obesity is associated with acute inflammation in a sample of adolescents
Achievement in mathematics and language is linked to regular physical activity: a population study in Chilean youth
High cardiometabolic risk in healthy Chilean adolescents: Associations with anthropometric, biological and lifestyle factors
Perception of Neighborhood Crime and Drugs Increases Cardiometabolic Risk in Chilean Adolescents
Satiety responsiveness and eating behavior among Chilean adolescents and the role of breastfeeding
Scheduled Physical Activity is Associated With Better Academic Performance in Chilean School-Age Children
The relationship between unhealthy snacking at school and academic outcomes: A population study in Chilean schoolchildren
IMPACT OF STRENGTH TRAINING EXERCISE ON SECONDARY PREVENTION OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY; AN INTERVENTION WITHIN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM
LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION BY DIFFERENT METHODS AS PRODUCT OF A INTEGRAL INTERVENTION FOR TREATING OBESITY IN CHILEAN CHILDREN SCHOOL
RESIDUAL EFFECT OF MUSCLE STRENGTH EXERCISE IN SECONDARY PREVENTION OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY
Somatotype and intellectual ability (Raven progressive matrices test) in Chilean school-age children
Agreement of anthropometric equations with the 4-component model in the prediction of body fat in obese schoolchildren
METHODS OF BODY COMPOSITION AND FOUR COMPARTMENTS MODEL IN OBESE SCHOOL CHILDREN
High HOMA-IR, adjusted for puberty, relates to the metabolic syndrome in overweight and obese Chilean youths
Intake and energy metabolism in a sample of overweight and obese Chilean adolescents
Low bone mineral density in a cohort of normal, overweight and obese Chilean adolescents
Relationship of Adiposity and Insulin Resistance Mediated by Inflammation in a Group of Overweight and Obese Chilean Adolescents
Effects of psychological support as an adjunct to a weight reducing program among obese children
Melanocortin-3 receptor gene variants: Association with childhood obesity and eating behavior in Chilean families
Melanocortin-4 receptor gene variants in Chilean families: association with childhood obesity and eating behavior
Trends in puberal development of school age children living in the Metropolitan Region of Chile
Dietary intake and physical activity in school age children
Value of a clinical test for assessing physical activity in children
Prevalence of metabolic syndrome in a sample of Chilean children consulting in an obesity clinic
Insulin sensitivity in children aged 6 to 16 years. Association with nutritional status and pubertal development
Cardiovascular risk and metabolic profile in obese children and adolescents with low insulin sensitivity
Effect of glycemic index on whole-body substrate oxidation in obese women
Trends in nutritional status and stature among school-age children in Chile
Variations of body mass index (BMI) according to degree of pubertal development
NIVELES PLASMATICOS DE VITAMINA D E INGESTA DE CALCIO EN NIÑOS CELIACOS: FACTORES DE RIESGO PARA SU SALUD FUTURA
Familial and metabolic characteristics of infantile and juvenile obesity
Effect of calcium and vitamin D supplementation on bone mineral density of celiac children

Abstract (14)

Youth Characteristics Related to Participation in Accelerometer-Measured Physical Activity
IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UNHEALTHY SNACKING AT SCHOOL AND ACADEMIC OUTCOMES? A POPULATION-BASED STUDY IN CHILEAN SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN.
LOW PHYSICAL FITNESS SCORE ASSOCIATED TO CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH FACTORS IN CHILEAN SCHOOL CHILDREN FORM SIX TO 14 YEARS OLD
SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL OF THE EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH POSTNATAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN
Determinants in the Production of Health in Chilean Adolescents: An Empirical Approach through Non-Medical Consumption Goods
Gender disparities in health production through diet and physical activity in Chilean adolescents
PREVALENCE OF OBESITY AND PHYSICAL AND EATING HABITS OF CHILEAN CHILDREN ATTENDING TO SCHOOLS WITH HIGH, MEDIUM AND LOW ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
HIGH ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE IS ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCED NIGHTTIME SLEEP AMOUNT IN OBESE CHILDREN
Melanocortin 3 receptor gene variants: association with childhood obesity and insulin resistance in chilean families
Melanocortin 4 receptor mutations in chilean obese subjects
Risk factors for the development of early obesity
Inflammatory mediators in overweight adolescent: Association with insulin sensitivity, body composition and metabolic syndrome
Secular changes of the body composition in school age children 6 to 15 years of age of metropolitan region (RM) of Chile
Basic determinants of the increase in obesity prevalence among Chilean children.

ComunicacionBreve (1)

Marijuana use associated with worse verbal learning and delayed recall in a sample of young adults

Proyecto (22)

El etiquetado de alimentos y su impacto en la respuesta emocional y la conducta motivada=> Evaluación de su potencial persuasivo mediante técnicas biométricas
Intergenerational effects of iron deficiency anemia, obesity and drug consumption=> A pilot study.
Persuasión no argumentativa aplicada a promoción de salud=> Análisis de la dimensión ética y evaluación de su eficacia
Biopsychosocial Determinants of Obesity and Cardiovascular Risk in Early adulthood.
EFFECT OF COMBINED IRON, ZINC AND CALCIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON IRON, ZINC AND CALCIUM STATUS IN ADOLESCENTS
Neuromaturational Delays in Iron Deficient Anemic Infants
SLEEP-WAKE PATTERNS IN PREPUBESCENCE AS PREDICTORS OF OBESITY IN ADOLESCENCE
THE EDUCATION QUALITY IN CHILE=> A FOLLOW-UP STUDY IN A MULTICAUSAL APPROACH
Biopsychosocial Determinants of Adolescent Obesity and Cardiovascular Risk.
Cardiovascukar risk in adolescents of low-to-middle socioeconomic status.
Disrupción de la homeostasis metabólica y cardiovascular asociada a la obesidad infantil.
Evaluación del perfil nutricional y alimentario en familias rurales y urbanas de NSE bajo. Construcción de línea de base del perfil nutricional y alimentario de familias usuarias del FOSIS
Patrones del ciclo sueño-vigilia en niños obesos=> asociación con la resistencia insulínica.
VARIACION GENETICA EN LOS RECEPTORES 3 Y 4 DE MELANOCORTINA=> ASOCIACION CON LA OBESIDAD DE NIÑOS Y ADOLESCENTES EN UN ESTUDIO INTRAFAMILIAR.
INDICE GLICEMICO DE DIETAS HABITUALES COMO DETERMINANTE DE LA OXIDACION DE SUSTRATOS Y EL PERFIL HORMONAL EN MUJERES OBESAS
Estándares de glicemia e insulinemia en población normal menor de 20 años=> Construcción de un índice de insulinosensibilidad para población chilena
Características clínicas de la insulinoresistencia del obeso infantil y juvenil
EFECTO DE LA SUPLEMENTACION CON CALCIO Y VITAMINA D EN LA MINERALIZACION OSEA DE MUJERES PORTADORAS DE ENFERMEDAD CELIACA.
EFECTO DE LA NUTRICION Y DEL EJERCICIO FISICO EN LA MINERALIZACION OSEA DEL NINO Y ADOLECENTE
CARACTERISTICAS BIOLOGICAS, PSICOLOGICAS Y SOCIOCULTURALES DEL ADOLESCENTE CHILENO DE DIFERENTES NIVELES SOCIOECONOMICOS.
ESTUDIO DE ALGUNOS POSIBLES FACTORES ETIOLOGICOS DE UN RETRASO ESTATURAL DETECTADO EN HIJOS DE ADOLESCENTES DE NIVEL SOCIOECONOMICO BAJO.
RENDIMIENTO ESCOLAR Y SITUACION ALIMENTARIA Y NUTRICIONAL DEL ESCOLAR DE EDUCACION BASICA EN CHILE.

Review (1)

Prevention and treatment of obesity since childhood. A strategy to decrease the prevalence of non transmissible chronic diseases in the adut
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Raquel Burrows

PROFESOR TITULAR

Instituto de Nutricion y Tecnologia de los Alimentos

universidad de

Santiago, Chile

12
Lydia Lera

Profesor Titular

INTA University of Chile

Santiago de Chile, Chile

11
Estela Blanco

Estudiante de Doctorado

Medicina

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

8
Marcela Reyes

Profesor Asistente

INSTITUTO DE NUTRICIÓN Y TECNOLOGÍA DE LOS ALIMENTOS (INTA)

Santiago, Chile

6
MARIA PAULINA CORREA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

INSTITUTE OF NUTRITION & FOOD TECHNOLOGY

Universidad de Chile

SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Chile

6
JOSE SANTOS

Full Professor

Department of Nutrition, Diabetes and Metabolism

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

5
Fabian Vásquez

Académico

ESCUELA DE NUTRICIÓN Y DIETÉTICA. FACULTAD DE MEDICINA

Santiago, Chile

5
YASNA ORELLANA

Académica ( Profesora Asistente)

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

5
Cecilia Albala

Director, full professor

INTA/U CHILE

Santiago, Chile

4
Macarena Valladares

Profesor asociado

UNIVERSIDAD BERNARDO O'HIGGINS

Santiago, Chile

3
Pablo Lizana

Profesor Adjunto - Jornada Completa

Instituto de Biología

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE VALPARAÍSO

Valparaíso, Chile

2
Atilio Almagia

jefe de laboratorio

laboratorio de anatomia y antropologia fisica

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE VALPARAÍSO, FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS, INSTITUTO DE BIOLOGÍA. LABORATORIO DE ANTROPOLOGÍA FÍSICA Y ANATOMÍA HUMANA

Valparaíso, Chile

2
Sergio Weisstaub

INTA, UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

2
Ana Obregón

Docente Investigador

Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud

Universidad San Sebastian

Concepción , Chile

2
Bárbara Leyton

Academico

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

2
Pamela Rojas

Profesor asistente

Nutricion

UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

2
Gladys Morales

Profesor Asociado

Salud Pública

Universidad de La Frontera

Temuco, Chile

1
JOSE GALGANI

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

NUTRITION, DIABETES AND METABOLISM; AND UDA-CIENCIAS DE LA SALUD, NUTRICION Y DIETETICA

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
María Barrera

ACADEMICO

INSTITUTO DE NUTRICIÓN Y TECNOLOGÍA DE LOS ALIMENTOS

INTA. UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

SANTIAGO, Chile

1
Mariana Cifuentes

Professor

Instituto de Nutricion y Tecnologia de los Alimentos

INTA UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Juliana Kain

Profesor Asociado

INTA

UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

SANTIAGO, Chile