Dr. Gottschall-Pass obtained her BSc (Nutrition & Consumer Studies) from St Francis Xavier University, a Dietetic Internship from Victoria Hospital in London, ON and a PhD in Human Nutrition from the University of Saskatchewan. She is a Registered Dietitian who worked in research and development for the food industry and taught at St Francis Xavier University prior to joining the Department of Applied Human Sciences in 1996. Dr Gottschall-Pass has a special interest in promoting learning through writing.
Slemmer, J.E., Livingston-Thomas, J.M., Gottschall-Pass, K.T., & Sweeney, M.I. (2013). Cranberries and Wild Blueberries Treated with Gastrointestinal Enzymes Alter Glutathione Mechanisms in Caco-2 Cells In Vitro J Food Sci.78:H943-47.
Slemmer, J.E, Shaughnessy, K.S., Scanlan, A.P., Sweeney, M.I. & Gottschall-Pass, K.T. (2012). Choice of diet impacts the incidence of stroke-related symptoms in the spontaneously hypertensive stroke-prone rat model. Can J Physiol Pharmacol. 90:243-8.
Déziel, B., MacPhee, J., Patel, K., Catalli, A., Kulka, M., Neto, C., Gottschall-Pass, K., & Hurta, R.A.R. (2012). American Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) Extract Affects Human Prostate Cancer Cell Growth Via Cell Cycle Arrest By Modulating Expression of Cell Cycle Regulators. Food Funct. 3:556-64.
Dr. Gottschall-Pass is a Nutritional Scientist. Her research interests focus on food components and nutritional factors involved in the prevention of chronic disease and the mechanisms of their action particularly through antioxidant functions. She has additional interests in understanding the benefits and barriers to food consumption with an emphasis on foods containing antioxidant compounds (i.e., fruit and vegetables).