- Nutrition Interns Help Little Ones Enjoy Healthy FoodPhoto credit: Linden Tree Photography Pre-schoolers at Little Ones Learning Center sit around a table calmly passing a green salad in a plastic bowl, serving him or herself with a pair of tongs. The classroom teacher oversees the production, but a Georgia State University nutrition student is responsible for the orderly process. Camira Williams-Liggins, a… more »News
- Nutrition Researcher Gets $500,000 Grant to Study Berry Impact on Heart HealthDr. Rafaela G. Feresin, assistant professor of nutrition, has received a $500,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture in the U.S. Department of Agriculture to examine how berries improve cardiovascular function and gut health.News
- Research Study to Help Custodial Grandparents Better Feed FamiliesDr. Kellie Mayfield, assistant professor of nutrition, is using a Lewis College internal research grant to study nutritional issues of custodial African-American grandmothers and their families living in metro Atlanta.News
- Dr. Anita Nucci appointed interim chair of the Department of Nutrition Dr. Nucci, who is the graduate program director, has been on faculty at Georgia State for approximately ten years. Her research focuses on ways to reduce the risk of type 1 diabetes in genetically at-risk infants and the evaluation of nutrition management strategies for children with intestinal failure. Dr. Nucci received her Ph.D. in… more »News
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