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|Bray, Molly||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Relationship between energy balance and lifestyle factors such as exercise, nutrition, and circadian patterns of behavior|
|Briley, Margaret||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Applied nutrition focused on child nutrition, nutrition of children attending child care centers, nutrition of the pre-school child, nutrient intake and assessment of children, and nutrition …|
|Cavazos, David||Nutritional Sciences|
|Davis, Jaimie||Nutritional Sciences||Dr. Davis’s research focuses on designing and disseminating nutrition, physical activity, and behavioral interventions to reduce obesity and related metabolic disorders in overweight minority …|
|Degraffenried, Linda||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Cancer biology Signal transduction Translational/clinical research Dietary modulation of tumorigenesis|
|Finnell, Richard||Chemistry and Biochemistry; School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Dr. Finnell’s research examines the interaction between specific genes and environmental toxins as they influence normal embryonic development. While his primary research focuses on discovering …|
|Fleenor, Scott||Nutritional Sciences||Scott is instrumental to the efficient operation of the basic science labs in the Department of Nutrition. He is responsible for inventory, maintenance, and calibration of lab equipment. Scott …|
|Forman, Michele||Nutritional Sciences||research across the globe with an emphasis on early life exposures and risk for cancer as well as the role of nutrition in growth and health across the life course.|
|Hursting, Stephen||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Diet-gene interactions relevant to cancer prevention, particularly the molecular and hormonal mechanisms underlying energy balance-cancer associations.|
|Jolly, Christopher||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Professor Jolly's research area is in examining the influence of aging and diet on immune function with special emphasis on lipid metabolism and signal transduction.|