Vascular Responses to Environmental Stress in Human Metabolic Syndrome
Thursday, November 5th, 2015
290 Nutritional Sciences
Professor Denise Ney provided an invited talk to share her research experience using glycomacropeptide (GMP) in the nutritional management of phenylketonuria (PKU) at the XI Spanish National Congress of Congenital Errors of Metabolism in Pamplona, Spain in October. PKU is … Continue reading
In a photo by Certificate in Global Health student Alyssa Galloni, students on a 2015 global health field course plant mangoes and other fruit trees with staff of South Africa’s Ratang Bana Foundation, an organization serving orphans and child-headed households. … Continue reading
While white-fleshed sweet potatoes are a common traditional food in Ethiopia, orange-fleshed sweet potatoes have the potential to address widespread vitamin A deficiency there. In this photo, UW students on a global health field course learn to plant vines of … Continue reading
Nutritional Sciences-based students from the Certificate in Global Health collaborate during a field course with teen interns from the Milwaukee nonprofit Teens Grow Greens. The groups shared knowledge about transplanting vegetables and lead contamination of urban soils. Learn more about … Continue reading
The research and education accomplished here affect all communities from those who are undernourished to those suffering from chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer.