Professor of Nutrition, Gillings School of Global Public Health · UNC at Chapel Hill
Penny Gordon-Larsen’s NIH-funded research portfolio focuses on individual-, household-, and community-level susceptibility to obesity.
Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist, Warwick Medical School · University of Warwick
Thomas Barber researches the impact of human metabolism on development of obesity, and prevention and management of obesity and diabetes.
Director of the MacDonald Center for Obesity Prevention and Education | M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing · Villanova University
Rebecca Shenkman, MPH, RD, LDN, is an expert in nutrition, weight management, and using food to help prevent and control disease
Associate Professor in Biosciences & Undergraduate Admissions Tutor, Associate Dean (Community Affairs and External Engagement), College of Health & Life Sciences · Aston University
Dr. James Brown is a lecturer in biology and biomedical science and a researcher into obesity, diabetes and healthy ageing.
Program Manager, MacDonald Center for Obesity Prevention and Education | M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing · Villanova University
Lisa K. Diewald, MS, RD, LDN, is an expert in healthy eating and nutrition education programs for children and adults
Professor, Department of Allied Health Sciences · University of Connecticut
Professor focused on how variation in taste affects food flavor and food preference, translated to healthier eating to reduce obesity risk.
Professor, Human Sciences | College of Education and Human Ecology · The Ohio State University
Professor Belury conducts biological and nutritional research into how diet and lifestyle alter obesity, diabetes and metabolic disorders
Associate Professor, Warwick Medical School · University of Warwick
Oyinlola Oyebode researches non-communicable diseases, nutrition, obesity, cardiovascular disease, neurological disease, and mental illness.
Associate Professor, Department of Medical Genetics · University of Calgary
Kurrasch’s research is focused on genetic programs that govern hypothalamic development using both mice and zebrafish as model organisms.
Associate Professor in the School of Nursing · UNC at Chapel Hill
Dr. Berry's expertise is in developing community-based nutrition and exercise education and cognitive theory-based interventions.
Associate Professor and CIHR Applied Health Chair · Diabetes Canada
Dr. McGavock’s research program is focused the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes in youth