Dr. John Bogden has taught nutrition, environmental health, and public health to first- and second-year medical students for more than 40 years. He also teaches graduate students, and is Course Director for the School of Graduate Studies course "Medical Nutrition and Disease", which he taught in the Fall 2019 Semester for the fourth consecutive year. Dr. Bogden is also Course Director for a popular 4th year NJMS independent study course entitled "Special Topics in Preventive Medicine"; more than 100 students have taken this course since it was first offered by Dr. Bogden in 2002.
Dr. Bogden has sponsored and mentored research projects of more than 40 undergraduate, graduate, medical, and high school students. His research has focused on trace element and mineral nutrition and toxicity. He is an author of more than 100 peer-reviewed articles or book chapters on this and related topics. In 1991 he was the recipient of the ?Labcatal First Prize for Scientific Research in the Field of Trace Elements?. Dr. Bogden has been awarded 31 grants as principal investigator to support his research. He and Leslie Klevay, M.D., are editors of the book ?Clinical Nutrition of the Essential Trace Elements and Minerals: The Guide for Health Professionals? (Humana Press, 2000). He is currently a member of the editorial board of the journal Nutrition Research.
Sc.B., 1967, Brown University, Not Available
Ph.D., 1971, Seton Hall University, Not Available
M.S., 1970, Seton Hall University, Chemistry
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