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MS alumna Keano Pavlosky, now in medical school at JABSOM, is first author of a recently published article, “The Effects of Transfer From Steady-State to Tidally-Changing Salinities on Plasma and Branchial Osmoregulatory Variables in Adult Mozambique Tilapia,” based on the MS thesis she completed in the lab of co-author Andre Seale (HNFAS).
In a recent Star-Advertiser column, HNFAS nutritionists Joannie Dobbs and Alan Titchenal discuss the role that social media can play in affecting and maintaining people’s health. They point out that a lot of what we read on social media about food and diet can be “biased and misleading,” especially if it’s disseminated by special interest groups with their own agendas.
A photo of Kaleigh Morrison, DVM, was featured on the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine & Veterinary Hospital’s Facebook page. A graduate of the ANSC program in HNFAS, Kaleigh went on to earn her DVM from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.
Monica Esquivel (HNFAS) took a visit to the Kaleiopu‘u Elementary kindergarten classrooms to share information about nutrition, physical activity, and community resources for healthy eating and food. The presentation was a part of a project to help the 135 kindergarteners at Kaleiopu‘u learn about healthy food choices and exercise.
The Dietetics Program’s Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP) interns recently met with visiting Chuo University Policy and Business Communications students for a morning of culture and noodles! The ISPP interns prepared a variety of noodle dishes representing the diverse cultures of our state, from long rice to chap chae.