UNC-NORC Spring Seminar II–ASA24: What we have Learned Meg Mangan, core manager, shares experiences of using the NCI’s Automated Self-Administered 24 (ASA24) hour diet recall web-based system. March 24, 2015 High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): A Time Efficient Exercise Strategy for Promoting Health (PDF) by Abbie Smith-Ryan, PhD, CSCS, CISSN Assistant Professor UNC-CH Department of… Read more »

The NORC’s Clinical Program is comprised of three different elements: Human Research Core (UNC Nutrition Research Institute) Nutrition Research Kitchen and Metabolism Core (UNC Hospital) Clinical Research Concierge (UNC NORC)

The Clinical Nutrition Research Service and Metabolic Kitchen at UNC Healthcare offer a variety of nutrition research assistance to complement your clinical studies. Contact us to assist with all stages of the feeding study. Our dietitians will assist with the design and development of specific research diets. The metabolic kitchen uses computer software (ProNutra, Food… Read more »

Given the competitive market for funding, our leadership team of experts will work with you to ensure a strong grant application that fits within your budget constraints. In addition to consultation, we will assist with design and development of data collection protocols. We facilitate the incorporation of physical activity assessments into your research grants through… Read more »

Dedicated to advancing the science of nutrition research, we assist with all stages of your project from development and data collection to data analysis. Diet data collection is done using a variety of high end and validated methods at a competitive rate. Highly skilled and experienced, our research team will collect your dietary data in… Read more »

Welcome to our collaborative effort. The Nutrition Obesity Research Center’s Diet and Physical Activity Assessment Core and UNC Healthcare’s Nutrition Research Kitchen & Metabolic Support Service have come together to streamline our services for convenience, and to illustrate how our services can complement your research for a successful outcome. We know it takes a lot… Read more »

The Nutrigenetics Core is an all-encompassing support system for investigators conducting research on nutrigenetic aspects of obesity and obesity-related diseases. The goal for some obesity research is to identify genetic and environmental factors and interactions that affect an individual’s susceptibility and to identify high-utility targets for prevention and treatment. In the long run, investigators should… Read more »

The Metabolic Molecular Phenotyping Core offers assistance in designing and implementing biochemical nutrition studies and provides nutrition-relevant molecular and biochemical assays and assistance with interpretation of data from such studies. This core is split between two locations, one at Chapel Hill and one at Kannapolis. In this way it makes available the wide array of… Read more »

The DHMRI Metabolomics Laboratory is partnering with Metabolon, an industry leader in metabolomics, to provide a range of metabolomic profiling services that quickly deliver actionable data for nutrition and obesity researchers. Metabolon’s expert biochemists, molecular biologists and nutritionists work directly with collaborators to understand investigator research goals, design well-powered metabolomics studies, and interpret the data… Read more »