CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSORDirector of Didactic Program in Dietetics
CLINICAL PROFESSORDirector, UNH Dietetic Internship Program
CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
PRINCIPAL LECTURERProgram Coordinator - Nutrition, UNH-In-Italy Director
CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
CLINICAL ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EMERITA
Nutritional Sciences Ph.D.
The Ph.D. in nutritional sciences trains students to gain advanced knowledge and develop research expertise in such areas as the nutritional physiology and biochemistry, cardiovascular disease, epidemiology, obesity and diabetes, human nutrition, and food systems. It prepares students for future careers in technical consulting, education, and research in academic, industrial, and government institutions.
Admission Requirements: Students applying for the program will be expected to present recent scores (within five years) from the general test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and possess a background in basic sciences appropriate for advanced study in the proposed area of specialization (for example, courses in biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physics). Although not required for candidacy in the Ph.D. program, an M.S. degree is suggested for most students.
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