Bryce, J., Coitinho, Denise, Darnton-Hill, I., Pelletier, DL., Pinstrup-Andersen, P.. (2008).Maternal and Child Undernutrition: Effective Action at the National Level. Lancet 371(9611):510-526.
Pelletier,D., Frongillo, D., Frongillo, EA., Gervais, SG., Menon, P., Ngo, T. (2011). The Nutrition Policy Process: The Role of Strategic Capacity in Advancing National Nutrition Agendas. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 32(2): S59-S69.
Hoey, L and Pelletier, D. (2011) Bolivia’s Multisectoral Zero Malnutrition Program: Insights on Commitment, Collaboration and Capacities. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 32(2): S70-S81.
Hoey, L and Pelletier, D. (2011) The Management of Conflict in Nutrition Policy Formulation: Choosing Growth Monitoring Indicators in the Context of Dual Burden. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 32(2): S82-S91.
Hill, R., Gonzalez, W and Pelletier, D. (2011) The Formulation of Consensus on Nutrition Policy: Policy Actors’ Perspectives on Good Process. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 32(2): S92-S104.
Menon, P, Pelletier, D., Frongillo, EA, Stoltzfus, RJ, Ahmed, S, Ahmed, T. (2011) Assessment for of Epidemiological, Operational, and Sociopolitical Domains for Mainstreaming Nutrition. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 32(2): S105-S114.
Porter, C and Pelletier, DL. (2012) Finding Common Ground: Perspectives on Community-Based Childhood Obesity Prevention. Health Promotion Practice 13(6):826-34.
Levitt, EJ, Pelletier, DL, Dufour, C and Pell A. (2011). Harmonizing agriculture and health sector actions to improve household nutrition: policy experiences from Afghanistan (2002–2007). Food Security DOI 10.1007/s12571-011-0135-2.
Pelletier, D, Corsi, C, Hoey, L, Faillace, S and Houston, R. (2011) The Program Assessment Guide: An Approach for Structuring Contextual Knowledge and Experience to Improve the Design, Delivery and Effectiveness of Nutrition Interventions. Journal of Nutrition 141(11): 2084-2091.
Pelletier, DL, Porter, CM, Aarons, GA, Wuehler, SE and Neufeld, LM (2013). Expanding the Frontiers of Population Nutrition Research: New Questions, New Methods and New Approaches. Advances in Nutrition4:92-114.
Pelletier, D, Sarkar, S, Haider, R, Hajeebhoy, N, Mwadime, R. (2013). The Principles and Practices of Nutrition Advocacy: Evidence, Experience and the Way Forward. Maternal and Child Nutrition 9(suppl 2):83-100.
Pelletier, DL: and Neuman, MJ. (2013). Advancing the Nutrition and Early Childhood Development Agenda: Indicators and Guidance. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Oct 23. doi: 10.1111/nyas.12288. [Epub ahead of print].
Pelletier, DL and Pelto, GP. (2013). From Efficacy Research to Large-Scale Impact on Undernutrition: The Role of Organizational Cultures. Advances in Nutrition 4(6):687-696
Pelletier, DL: and Neuman, MJ. (2014). Advancing the Nutrition and Early Childhood Development Agenda: Indicators and Guidance. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1308: 232–244.
Pelletier, DL. (2014.). Food and nutrition policy: A biological anthropologist’s experiences from an academic platform. American Journal of Human Biology (DOI: 10.1002/ajhb.22523).
Menon, P, Covic, N.M., Harrigan, P.B., Horton, S.E., Kazi, N.M., Lamstein, S, Neufeld, L, Oakley, E and Pelletier, D.L. 2014. “Strengthening Implementation and Utilization of Nutrition Interventions Through Research: A Framework and Research Agenda.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences doi: 10.1111/nyas.12447.
Pham, J. and Pelletier, D.L., (2015). “Mode 2 Approaches to Population Nutrition Research in Select Nutrition and Public Health Journals.” Global Health Science and Practice 3(2):287-299.
Bliss, J., Njenga, M., Stoltzfus, R. and Pelletier, D. (2015). “Stigma as a barrier to the treatment for child acute malnutrition in Marsabit County, Kenya.” Maternal and Child Nutrition, DOI: 10.1111/mcn.12198.
Tumilowicz, A., Pelletier, D.L., Pelto, G and J.P. Habicht. (2015). “Combination of biological factors and care behaviors may lead to differences in the timing of growth stunting between indigenous Guatemalan girls and boys.” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 102:1249–58.
Shiffman, J, Quissell, K, Schmitz, HP., Pelletier, DL, Smith, SL, Berlan, D, Gneiting, U, Slyke, DV, Mergel, I, Rodriguez, M, and Walt, G. (2015). “A framework on the emergence and effectiveness of global health networks.” Health Policy and Planning, doi: 10.1093/heapol/czu046
Shiffman, J, Quissell, K, Schmitz, HP., Pelletier, DL, Smith, SL, Berlan, D, Gneiting, U, Slyke, DV, Mergel, I, Rodriguez, M, and Walt, G. (2015). “The emergence and effectiveness of global health networks: findings and future research.” Accepted in Health Policy and Planning.
Michaud-Letourneau, I., and Pelletier, DL. (n.d.). “Multisectoral approaches for nutrition: A Q methodology study to explore the perspectives of national key leaders on the coordination challenges in Mozambique.” Food Policy (under revision).
Bliss, J. Stoltzfus, R. and Pelletier, D. (n.d,). “Impact of an emergency cash transfer program on child diet and weight gain during a food crisis: Results of a quasi-experimental longitudinal study in Niger.” Global Health Science and Practice (being re-submitted).
Phillips, E., Stoltzfus, R., and Pelletier, DL. (n.d.). “Do mobile clinics provide quality antenatal care? A comparison with fixed clinics in central Haiti?” Submitted to BioMed Central: Pregnancy and Childbirth.
Kambarami, RA.,Mbuya, M, Pelletier,D., Fundira, D., Tavengwa,N., Stoltzfus, RJ. Factors associated with village health worker performance differ by task in a multi-tasked setting in rural Zimbabwe. Submitted to Global Healt Science and Practice 42(2):238-50.
Omotayo MO, Dickin KL, Pelletier DL, Martin SL, Kung’u JK, Stoltzfus RJ. Feasibility of Integrating Calcium and Iron-Folate Supplementation to Prevent Preeclampsia and Anemia in Pregnancy in Primary Healthcare Facilities in Kenya. Maternal and Child Nutrition (in press).
Omotayo MO, Dickin KL, Pelletier DL, Cassano PA, Mwanga E, Kung’u JK, Stoltzfus RJ . Impact of Dosing Regimen on Ante-natal Calcium Supplement Consumption: A Cluster-Randomized, Non-Inferiority Trial in Western Kenya. (in preparation)
Fox, EL, Pelto GP, Rasmussen KM, Young SL, Rouzier V, Debrosse GM, Pape JW, Pelletier DL. Who knows what – An exploration of the infant feeding message environment and intra-cultural differences in message salience between health workers, HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected mothers in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Submitted to Maternal and Child Nutrition.
Schuster RC, de Sousa OL, Reme AK, Vopelak CM, Pelletier DL, Johnson LM, Mbuya MN, Pinault D, Young SL. Performance-based incentives improve teamwork and empower health workers delivering prevention of vertical transmission of HIV services in rural Mozambique. Submitted to Global Health Science and Practice.
Theobald, S, Brandes, N, Gyapong, M, El-Saharty, S, Proctor, E, Diaz, T, Wanji, S, Elloker, S, Elsey, H, Bharal, S, Pelletier and D, Peters, DH. Implementation Research and Delivery Science (IRDS): New Imperatives and Opportunities. Submitted to The Lancet