I’m standing beside one of my bookcase in my office, which is filled with research methods textbooks on the top shelf, and obesity journals on the bottom shelf.
- HNU 385 (Research Methods): an introduction to the research process for human nutrition, explaining the ins and outs of doing research.
- HNU 461 (Nutrition in Metabolic Diseases): students become familiar with the etiology and dietary treatment of common clinical disorders and diseases, and describe the role of nutrition in treatment or prevention of inherited metabolic diseases.
- HNU 467 (Advanced Nutrition): an in-depth study of energy metabolism in the human body. Students learn how nutrients are metabolized through the integration of human nutrition, biochemistry and – to a lesser degree – physiology.
Here are three pictures, taken at different overseas
St. Basil’s Cathedral,
Arc de Triomphe, Paris (spring, 2009).