Barnabas received a one year $50,000 grant from the USAID-funded Nutrition Collaborative Research Support Program (N-CRSP), based at Tufts University.This will help to fund his research in Uganda for the following year.
Sera has been voted President Elect of the Dannon Nutrition Leadership Institute.
Barnabas received a grant from the International Hunger Program at the First Presbyterian Church in Ithaca to fund his research in Uganda. We are grateful for the generous support.
Barnabas has also been awarded a small grant from the Division of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell. Well done!
Marion (class of 2012) has been hired at at Massachusetts General Hospital as the Clinical Research Coordinator of a major study of cost-effectiveness and different aspects of HIV disease management. She has also been featured as an “extraordinary individual” at Cornell. One of her portraits was of a group meeting with Chloe, Barnabas, and me.
Cedric (class of 2013) has taken an internship at Ken’s Foods, home of my favorite barbecue sauce. He will be formulating salad dressings, sauces, and marinades in the Research and Development department.
Our study of the effects of geophagy on iron metabolism in a poultry model has concluded. Bravo, Spenser, Cedric, Gretchen, and Elad!
Our paper “Feasibility of Using Flash-Heated Breastmilk as an Infant Feeding Option for HIV-Exposed, Uninfected Infants after 6 Months of Age in Urban Tanzania” is published in JAIDS.