To promote an understanding and practice of the science of nutrition for the enhancement of the physiological and social well-being of individuals, families, and communities, primarily through research and education.
Achieve national recognition in academic excellence as a leading research and graduate program that prepares professionals to assume leadership roles in nutritional sciences, dietetics, and public health nutrition.
Registration is now open for the Spring 2015 Promoting Healthy Weight 2.0 Colloquium: Infant Feeding to be held Friday, March 27, 2015. To view the registration open flyer click HERE. Pre-registration for the onsite colloquium has ended; if you would still like to attend you can register onsite beginning at 12:30. To register for the ONLINE colloquium click HERE. The evaluation link for online viewers can be found by clicking HERE.
In The Journal of Human Lactation by Zixin Lou, Guo Zeng, John Orme, Lujiao Huang, Fang Liu, Xuehong Pang, Katherine Kavanagh
Breastfeeding knowledge, attitudes, and intention in a sample of Chinese undergraduate students.
In Pediatrics by Chantelle Hart, Mary Carskadon, Robert Considine, Joseph Fava, Jessica Lawton, Hollie Raynor, Elissa Jelalian, Judith Owens, and Rena Wing
Changes in Children’s Sleep Duration on Food Intake, Weight, and Leptin
In Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry by Meredith Howell, Rui Li, Rui Zhang, Yang Li, Wei Chen, and Guoxun Chen
The expression of Apoc3 mRNA is regulated by HNF4α and COUP-TFII, but not acute retinoid treatments, in primary rat hepatocytes and hepatoma cells.
In the American Journal of Health Promotion by Tonya Horacek, Adrienne White, Carol Byrd-Bredbenner, Melissa Reznar, Melissa Olfert, Jessie Morrell, Mallory Koenings, Onika Brown, Karla Shelnutt, Kendra Kattelmann, Geoff Greene, Sarah Colby, Carrie Thompson-Snyder.
PACES: A Physical Activity Campus Environmental Supports Audit on University Campuses.