NST 121, Computational Toxicology, has been a requirement for Toxicology majors, minors, and Specialization “majors” since the course inception by Dr. Dale Johnson in 2006.
On the first day of class, students in NST 166 Nutrition in the Community were asked to identify areas in which they would like to see a positive change in health behaviors/outcomes.
NST Instructor Mary Lesser presented a seminar on "Nutrition Metabolism in Late Pregnancy" at the Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at the University of Missouri.
The Department of Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology seeks an associate or full professor (nine-month tenure-track) with an expected start of July 1, 2017.
NST researchers (associate professor Dan Nomura, post-doc Rebecca Kohnz, grad student Lindsay Roberts, MCB undergrad researchers Peter Yan and Lara Bideyan) published a research letter in ACS Chemical Biology on the role of protein sialylation in
The American Society for Nutrition awarded Lecturer Dr. Mary Lesser the Emerging Leader in Nutrition Science, Research Competition Award
NST professor Daniel Nomura, in collaboration with scientists at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School, published a research article in Cell on a calorie burning molecular pathway.