Professor & NDHM Department Head
(334) 844-3264 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 328 Spidle Hall
Ph.D., University of Ulster - Services Marketing
Research interests: Services marketing and management, customer relationship management, service quality, disconfirmation modeling, total quality management and internal service, complaining behavior, trust and service recovery.
Administrative Support Assistant
(334) 844-4261 | Fax:(334) 844-3279 | email@example.com | 328 Spidle Hall
Associate Professor and Extension Nutritionist
(334) 844-3161 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 102A Poultry Science
Ph.D., Nutritional Sciences, Iowa State University
Research interests: My interests include using Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) to examine the nutritional determinants, consequences, and prevention of diet related health disparities in ethnic minority and low-income populations. I am also interested in developing interventions and tools to assess and prevent unwanted and unhealthy weight gain in underserved populations. Ultimately, I work to increase the quality of life of ethnic minority, low-income, and underserved populations by developing and implementing sustainable programs that change negative nutrition behaviors.
Assistant Professor & Director Graduate Clinical Education Programs
(334) 844-3429 | email@example.com | 102F Poultry Science
Ph.D., Ph.D. Health Education and Health Promotion, UAB
Research interests: Nutrition counseling; professional practice in dietetics and dietetics education; adverse childhood experiences and adult health outcomes; college weight gain and college health; Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research.
Assistant Professor & Director, Didactic Program in Dietetics
(334) 844-3271 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Poultry Science Building 101E
Ph.D., Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion, Mississippi State University;
Research interests: Diet and lifestyle interventions to minimize cancer risk, progression and recurrence in humans; specifically investigating the interaction of food groups and nutrients on the gut microbiome and its ability to promote systemic inflammation and carcinogenesis.
Ph.D., Molecular & Cell Biology, University of Connecticut
Research interests: Obesity-linked conditions such as fatty liver disease and certain forms of cancer; mechanisms of insulin resistance; signal transduction; diet-induced animal models of obesity and insulin resistance; animal models of cancer
(334) 844-3296 | email@example.com | Poultry Science Building 102D
Molecular and Cellular Pathobiology, Wake Forest
Research interests: Role of Group 1B phospholipase A2 in diet-induced obesity and insulin resistance; molecular mechanisms related to the development of insulin resistance and diabetes; use of gene-knockout mice to study molecular mechanisms of dietary lipid absorption.
Bruno Endowed Professor of Nutrition & Graduate Program Director (Nutrition)
Ph.D., University of Madras
Research interests: Insulin signaling in animal models of obesity and type 2 diabetes; ubiquitination and trafficking of proteins in insulin signaling pathway; biochemical and cellular mechanisms responsible for insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes; linking Alzheimer’s disease and type 2 diabetes.
Professor & Extension Nutritionist
(334) 844-2217 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 207 Duncan Hall
Ph.D., Nutrition, Iowa State University
Research interests: General dietary guidelines for all populations, nutrition and pregnancy; nutrition and breastfeeding; limited-resource population.
(334) 844-7418 | email@example.com | Poultry Science Building 101B
Ph.D., University of Madras
Research interests: Molecular mechanisms that influence the development of obesity, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome in minority racial/ethnic population; insulin and neurotrophin signaling proteins in type 1 and 2 diabetes.
(334) 844-3266 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Poultry Science Building 101E
Ph.D., Louisiana State University Medical Center
Research interests: Regulation of food intake and body weight including effects of diet on neuropeptides and neurotransmitters that play a role in the development of obesity, and examining how diet interacts with the ability of leptin to regulate energy balance.
Extension Specialist, Program Coordinator, SNAP-Ed
Phone: (334) 844-2231 | email@example.com | 201 Duncan Hall
Ph.D., Auburn University
Research interests: My career has been dedicated to designing, implementing and evaluating nutrition education with low-income audiences. My work has focused on creative methods for evaluating hard-to-reach audiences, developing teaching tools that continue to provide education over time, creating paths for healthy food access, creating effective community-based obesity prevention initiatives and integrating technology into nutrition education.
Extension Specialist, Community Health Coordinator Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – Education
Phone: (334) 844-2209 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 2242B Haley Center
Ph.D., Southern Mississippi
Research interests: My interests are within the area of public health nutrition with a specific focus on planning, implementing and evaluating policy, systems and environmental strategies to increase access and appeal of healthy food and physical activity opportunities in a variety of settings (schools, faith communities, food retail, gardens, farmers markets and emergency food assistance sites). I also conduct applied and translational research to understand processes and outcomes of these strategies related to obesity.
Assistant Research Professor
(334) 844-2647 | email@example.com | Poultry Science Building 102C
PhD in Biomedical Science Auburn University
Research interests: Gene therapy vector for canine lymphoma - this work involves the development of a viral vector targeted to lymphoma cells. Cancer immunology - characterizing regulatory T cells and dendritic cells in the dog