Recent News from the Foods for Health Institute
David Dallas leaves the Foods for Health Institute to accept a position as Assistant Professor in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR.
The UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain presents its summit series, featuring Foods for Health Institute researchers.
A July feature on the UC Davis homepage highlighted the work of Foods for Health Institute researchers on how breast milk reveals 'clues' for human health.
Collaborative research project is funded by the UC Davis Institute for Social Sciences.
A UC Davis student and his team have developed an award-winning idea for a software application helping consumers choose foods that meet their medication needs.
Research on milk glycans is funded for a total of $6.9 million from the National Institutes of Health, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and the National Cancer Institute.
Dutton spoke on cheese rinds as model microbial communities at the Robert Mondavi Institute this summer.
Steven Frese was awarded the Jules Tournut Probiotics Prize for his thesis work on host-specificity among vertebrate gut symbionts.
Foods for Health Institute Ph.D. Nick Bokulich was awarded the 2014 Kinsella Memorial Award for his outstanding dissertation on microbial ecology.
FFHI Intern Matthew Amicucci takes Second Place at the American Chemical Society Undergraduate Symposium— by Samantha Manning — last modified Jan 22, 2015 09:45 AM
Matthew Amicucci presented at the 2014 American Chemical Society meeting and won second place at the undergraduate symposium for his work on milk metabolomics.