Emma Feeney, PhD

Affiliations: 
Food Science Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Area:
taste, genetics, ingestive behavior
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Nolden AA, Feeney EL. (2020) Genetic Differences in Taste Receptors: Implications for the Food Industry. Annual Review of Food Science and Technology
Sanyal S, O'Brien SM, Hayes JE, et al. (2016) TongueSim: Development of an Automated Method for Rapid Assessment of Fungiform Papillae Density for Taste Research. Chemical Senses
Feeney EL, Nugent AP, Mc Nulty B, et al. (2015) An overview of the contribution of dairy and cheese intakes to nutrient intakes in the Irish diet: results from the National Adult Nutrition Survey. The British Journal of Nutrition. 1-9
Hayes JE, Feeney EL, Nolden AA, et al. (2015) Quinine Bitterness and Grapefruit Liking Associate with Allelic Variants in TAS2R31. Chemical Senses. 40: 437-43
Feeney EL, Hayes JE. (2014) Regional differences in suprathreshold intensity for bitter and umami stimuli. Chemosensory Perception. 7: 147-157
Feeney EL, Hayes JE. (2014) Exploring associations between taste perception, oral anatomy and polymorphisms in the carbonic anhydrase (gustin) gene CA6. Physiology & Behavior. 128: 148-54
Feeney EL, O'Brien SA, Scannell AGM, et al. (2014) Genetic and environmental influences on liking and reported intakes of vegetables in Irish children Food Quality and Preference. 32: 253-263
Hayes JE, Feeney EL, Allen AL. (2013) Do polymorphisms in chemosensory genes matter for human ingestive behavior? Food Quality and Preference. 30: 202-216
O'Brien SA, Feeney EL, Scannell AG, et al. (2013) Bitter taste perception and dietary intake patterns in irish children. Journal of Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics. 6: 43-58
Feeney E, O'Brien S, Scannell A, et al. (2011) Genetic variation in taste perception: does it have a role in healthy eating? The Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 70: 135-43
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