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Martine Perrigue, PhD, RDN, CD

Assistant Professor

Education

  • University of Washington, Ph.D.
  • University of Washington, M.S.
  • University of Washington, B.A.

Past Academic Positions

  • Manager, Outpatient Nutrition (Interim position), Harborview Medical Center, Seattle WA
  • Outpatient Dietitian, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle WA
  • Project Manager, FRESH Study (Frequency of Eating and Effects on Satiety and Health), Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA
  • Inpatient Dietitian, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle WA
  • Research Dietitian, Nutrition Assessment Shared Resource, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA
  • Pre-Doctoral Research Associate, Cancer Prevention Training Program in Nutrition, Exercise & Genetics, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA
  • Clinical Coordinator, Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics, University of Washington, Seattle WA
  • Research Dietitian, Meals and Grazing Study, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA
  • Teaching Assistant (multiple courses) Interdisciplinary Program in Nutritional Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle WA
  • Research Coordinator, Satiety Sciences Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle WA

Selected Research

  1. Perrigue MM, Neuhouser, M, et al. Randomized Trial Testing the Effects of Two Hormonal Biomarkers of Metabolism and Energy Balance. Nutr Cancer. 2016; 69(1); 56-63.
  2. Perrigue MM, Drewnowski, A, et al. Higher eating frequency does not decrease appetite in healthy adults. J Nutr. 2016;146(1):59-64.
  3. Perrigue MM, Kantor E, Hastert T, et al. Eating frequency and risk of colorectal cancer. Cancer Causes & Control. 2013; 24(12):2107-15.
  4. Monsivais P, Perrigue MM, Adams SL, Drewnowski A. Measuring diet cost at the individual level: a comparison of three methods. Eur J Clin Nutr 2013; 67, 1220–1225
  5. Neuhouser ML & Perrigue MM. The Role of Energy Balance in Cancer Prevention. Current Nutrition Reports 2012; 1: 8-15.
  6. Carter BE, Monsivais P, Perrigue MM, Drewnowski A. Supplementing chicken broth with monosodium glutamate reduces hunger and desire to snack but does not affect energy intake in women. Br J. Nutr. 2011; 106(9):1441-8.
  7. Monsivais P, Carter BE, Christiansen M, Perrigue MM, Drewnowski A. Soluble fiber dextrin enhances the satiating power of beverages. Appetite. 2011; 56(1):9-14.
  8. Perrigue MM, Carter BE, Monsivais P, Drewnowski A. Low-calorie beverage supplemented with low-viscosity pectin reduces energy intake at a subsequent meal. J Food Sci. 2010; 75(9):H300-H305.
  9. Perrigue MM, Monsivais P, Drewnowski A. Added soluble fiber enhances the satiating power of low-energy-density liquid yogurts. J.Am.Diet.Assoc. 2009;109(11):1862-8.
  10. Monsivais P, Perrigue MM, Drewnowski A. Sugars and satiety: does the type of sweetener make a difference? Am.J.Clin.Nutr. 2007;86(1):116-23.

Martine Perrigue
Martine Perrigue, PhD, RDN, CD
Assistant Professor
martine.perrigue@wsu.edu
509-368-6911

The Food Lab at the WSU College of Medicine