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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer JOHN T. MILLIKEN DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE Division of Nutritional Science & Obesity Medicine Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search AboutAbout Faculty Wellness ResearchResearch Publications Center for Human Nutrition Nutrition Obesity Research CenterNutrition Obesity Research Center Membership Just-In-Time Pilot & Feasibility Program Past NORC Pilot & Feasibility Studies Cellular and Molecular Biology Core Dissemination and Implementation Science Core Clinical Science Research Core Animal Model Research Core Administrative Core Related Research & Award Opportunities Longevity Research Program Ongoing Research Studies EducationEducation Living in St. Louis Nutritional Science Research Fellowship T32 Training Grant Patient CarePatient Care Nutrition Support Services News Contact Giving Open Search Center for Human Nutrition Director: Samuel Klein, MD Established in 1995, the Washington University Center for Human Nutrition focuses on obesity and nutrition research and training by providing: Core laboratory support A pilot and feasibility research program A weekly research seminar series Mentorship/training for young investigators The center is comprised of the NIH-funded Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC), the Atkins Center of Excellence in Obesity Medicine, the Washington University Weight Management Program and the Barnes-Jewish Hospital Nutrition Support Service. Nutrition Obesity Research Center Washington University’s NORC is one of 11 such centers in the United States funded by the NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. NORC activities enhance our understanding of the basic and clinical aspects of nutrition in the prevention, etiology, pathophysiology and therapy of nutrition-related diseases.  Since its inception in 1999, Washington University’s NORC has served as a nidus for the growth and development of nutrition and obesity research at Washington University. Learn more about NORC at Washington University Atkins Center of Excellence in Obesity Medicine The Veronica and Robert Atkins Center of Excellence in Obesity Medicine is supported by an unrestricted endowment from the Atkins Foundation. This center provides infrastructure, including research coordinators and technicians, laboratory supplies and reagents, etc. Obesity and Metabolism Seminar Series The Nutrition and Obesity Research Center and the Veronica and Robert Atkins Center of Excellence in Obesity Medicine have developed a weekly research seminar series, which focuses on basic or clinical obesity-related research, but also includes clinical obesity presentations. Many of the seminars are focused on junior investigators who present data from their own research or a topic that they are considering for future research and receive feedback from their peers and more experienced faculty. In addition, senior Washington University investigators and visiting faculty are invited to present at this conference, which provides additional exposure for trainees and stimulates interactions between established investigators. View and download MOD Seminar Series Schedule 2021-2022 (pdf) Research Publications Center for Human Nutrition Nutrition Obesity Research Center Longevity Research Program Ongoing Research Studies Division of Nutritional Science & Obesity MedicineJohn T. Milliken Department of MedicineOffice Location: 507 S. Euclid Avenue,West Building, 2nd floorSt. Louis, MO 63110Contact Facebook Resources NORC Central Institute of Clinical & Translational Sciences Center for Applied Research Sciences Clinical Research Training Center Atkins Foundation   Longer Life Foundation Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research Core Research Facilities & Resources Volunteer for Health Make a Gift ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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