Upcoming Seminars Metabolites in Atherosclerotic Risk – From Mouse to Humans and Back: Does Choline Cause Atherosclerosis? Presented by Brian Bennett, PhD Assistant Professor, Departments of Genetics and Nutrition University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Friday, September 12, 2014 2301 McGavran-Greenberg 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Sponsored by the UNC Department of Nutrition Agriculture,… Read more »

  The administrative offices of the UNC Nutrition Obesity Research Center are located in Michael Hooker Research Center in the Gillings School of Global Public Health. Driving directions to the Center, along with appropriate contact information, are located below this map. If you are planning a trip to UNC, you may also wish to visit… Read more »

Now Accepting Applications for the 2015 Pilot & Feasibility Program! Download Pre-Proposal Application Form The primary objective of the Pilot & Feasibility Grant Program is to support the development of innovative research in nutrition and obesity. The program is specifically designed to help investigators collect preliminary data sufficient enough to support a grant application for… Read more »

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Cores The Administrative Core is responsible for the overall business administration and daily management of the UNC NORC. Our Concierge Services provide consultation support for the development, design and implementation of biostatistics and clinical research in nutrition and obesity clinical and translational research. The Diet, Physical Activity and Body Composition Core offers methodological resources and… Read more »

Membership is open to any UNC faculty member who is actively engaged in nutrition and/or obesity-related research supported by NORC services. Qualifications To qualify for membership, investigators must (1) have a nutrition and/or obesity research grant which has been peer-reviewed and funded by the NIH, CDC, NSF, or another large agency or foundation, (2) be… Read more »

The Communication for Health Applications and Interventions (CHAI) Core is one-stop shop for researchers looking to add value to their  research studies in the areas of technology, user inquiry, and graphic design. The Core uses state-of-the-art technologies to facilitate the translation of traditional evidence-based behavioral interventions into effective web- and mobile-based interventions in nutrition and… Read more »

The Nutritional Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Core provides assistance for nutritional biochemical and molecular biological techniques and capabilities. Services include: Standard Molecular Biology Techniques includes RT, RT-PCR, qRT-PCR, DNA & RNA Isolation/Purification, Primer & Probe Design, Serum Separation, Plasma Separation, Lymphocytes Separation and Virus Isolation. Basic Molecular Biology Assays include Western Blots, Probe Preparation, In… Read more »

The UNC Nutrition Obesity Research Center provides support and expertise to scientists studying the role of nutrition and obesity in public health. . Our center is one of 12 centers in the country funded by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases that is specifically designed to enhance the efficiency, productivity, effectiveness,… Read more »

  Please Cite the Grant. Our productivity and effectiveness as a Center is measured in part by the citation of the grant in your published work. Please use the following acknowledgement in your publications: Supported by National Institutes of Health Grant DK056350 to the UNC Nutrition Obesity Research Center.   Stay connected!      … Read more »