Seminars and Events
The Enrichment Program is an essential component of the NORC. The activities of our Program are specifically designed to foster the exchange of knowledge and ideas among faculty members, trainees, research staff, and the community at large. These activities span basic science, translational science, and nutrition and obesity relevant community engagement and policy.
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Co-Director: Steven H. Zeisel, MD, PhD
Co-Director: Elizabeth Mayer-Davis, PhD
Managing Director: Michelle Collins, MPA
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Chapel Hill 27599-7461
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- Folate — friend or foe? https://t.co/fVBKSdXagi 11:36:13 AM February 01, 2016 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Study reveals impacts of Mexico’s sugar-sweetened beverage tax after one year https://t.co/nug8PZHB0X 12:30:44 PM January 11, 2016 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @UNCpublichealth: Dr. Pignone of #UNC #Gillings explains why overweight adults 40-70 should be screened for abnormal blood glucose: http… 01:57:04 PM November 30, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Study finds Walmart’s healthier food initiative did not improve healthfulness of purchases https://t.co/CZ2WpeeUks 10:51:17 AM November 09, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- UNC study finds higher vitamin D and calcium intake does not reduce colorectal polyp risk https://t.co/V9oCqfWQC5 12:49:21 PM October 19, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @UNCpublichealth: .@nytimes speaks w/ #UNC #Gillings' John Baron a/b research finding calcium & vitamin D don't prevent colon growths: h… 10:17:45 AM October 16, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Student-led fitness program helps UNC staffers to improve health https://t.co/8D1FnpU2ru 08:48:08 AM October 05, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @UNCpublichealth: Of #UNC's new "Food for All" theme, #Gillings' Dr. Ammerman says: "It’s campus working side-by-side with community." h… 03:00:48 PM September 23, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Home food environments heavily impact children’s diet, study finds https://t.co/ddUK7C3z5S 08:27:36 AM August 24, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @UICIHRP: Good news: Americans Finally Eating Less - @sangerkatz on @uncnorc research: http://t.co/7FO0lFW227 in @nytimes #obesity #phea… 11:59:27 AM July 24, 2015 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Each year thousands of people come to the North Carolina State Fair for games, crafts, roller coaster rides and most importantly, the food. Dr. Keven Campbell, assistant professor of medicine at UNC SOM, explains how to best enjoy the fair food and not destroy our waistlines.View on Facebook
- The University’s academic theme for 2015–2017 as announced by Chancellor Carol L. Folt this past spring is “Food for All: Local and Global Perspectives.” Learn more about several campus activities and events on a broad spectrum of food topics here.View on Facebook
- Happy Tuesday! We just want to say thank you to all of our followers. We are almost at 1,000 likes! Please help us get to 1,000 by the end of the week. Please share this page with your friends who may be interested in learning more about nutrition and obesity research!View on Facebook
- Dr. Penny Gordon-Larsen spent the weekend at the White House with First lady Michelle Obama's 'Let's Move!" campaign, discussing obesity science and health in the First lady's office with the rest of the Obesity Care Continuum!View on Facebook
- The UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders and uBiome - sequence your microbiome. collaborate to explore possible links between gut bacteria and eating disorders. UNC’s part in the study is led by Dr. Cynthia M. Bulik. http://uncmedne.ws/uncceed_ubiomeView on Facebook