Our clinical and public health projects benefit health and well-being throughout all stages of the personal, family, and community life-cycle.
Students in Emma Laing's course inspire, enlighten others in innovative project
Program offers mentoring, training opportunities for early career research investigators
Several faculty and staff from the department of foods and nutrition were recognized by ESP.
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Discovery by researchers in Nanostructured Materials Lab could reduce effects of chemotherapy
Our research promotes well-being throughout all stages of the personal, family, and community life-cycle.
We focus on optimal food and nutrient intakes in disease prevention and health maintenance.
We research the benefits of healthy eating and physical activity for all ages and abilities.