NST adjunct professor Chris Vulpe published a research article in the American Journal of Human Genetics on how genome-wide association studies can leverage related phenotypes to detect variants correlated with phenotypes of clinical interest.
NST researchers (Professors Hei Sook Sul and Andreas Stahl, former researcher Sarah Paul, grad students Kevin Tharp and Olga Gulyaeva, researchers Jon Dempersmier and Audrey Sambeat) published a research article in Cell Reports on brown fat tissue
NST researchers (Professor Hei Sook Sul, post-docs Jose Viscarra, Yuhui Wang, Sun-Joong Kim and Marcia Abbott, alum Tianji Tang (Ph.D.
NST 198 course "Cooking Healthy on a Budget," to be renamed "Personal Food Security and Wellness," is highlighted in this California magazine article on the student hunger crisis at UC Berkeley.
“We were looking for targets that drive cancer metabolism in triple-negative breast cancer, and we found one that was very specific to this type of cancer,” said Daniel K.
NST's Barry Shane was inducted as a Fellow of the American Society of Nutrition. This recognition is the highest award ASN bestows, recognizing individuals for significant discoveries and distinguished careers in the field of nutrition.
NST professor Barry Shane published a research article to The American Journal of Human Genetics on a new technique by which vitamin B12 deficiency can be diagnosed in otherwise equivocal clinical tests.