Improving health and advancing knowledge in nutrition science
The Ph.D. program in Nutrition focuses on public health nutrition issues, preparing graduates to teach and conduct scholarly inquiry or undertake careers in higher education, public policy, or industry within contemporary areas in nutrition, including nutrition and applied health sciences; nutrition across the lifespan (including maternal and child health nutrition and healthy aging); rigor, reproducibility, and transparency; community-based participatory research; randomized controlled trials; nutrition diagnostics; international nutrition; and implementation science. The program includes opportunities for experiential components including internships in industry or policy.
Applicants should refer to the "How to Apply" page or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for application instructions. Students from a variety of backgrounds are eligible to apply for this program, but all applicants should have taken undergraduate courses in the topics of biochemistry and introduction to nutrition.