Recent News from the Foods for Health Institute
David Dallas, a post-doctoral fellow at the UC Davis Foods for Health Institute, received the National Institute of Health (NIH) Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00) in the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Health and Human Development for his work to improve premature infant nourishment.
The UC Davis Coffee Center will host a special event featuring Mr. Kawashima of Mi Cafeto, Japan.
The Coffee Research Conference is hosted at the UC Davis Conference Center on Tuesday March 11.
Daniela Barile, David Mills, Mark Underwood and others were featured for their work on the function of milk oligosaccharides to feed and nurture the beneficial bacteria that live in the infant gut.
Researchers in Dr. Bruce Hammock's Lab at UC Davis have uncovered links between omega-3 fatty acids and reducing the spread of cancer.
Duke University Press recently published Dr. Biltekoff's book, Eating Right in America: the Cultural Politics of Food and Health.
The final day of the 10th annual International Milk Genomics Consortium symposium addressed the topics of analytics and milk-inspired therapeutics.
The 10th annual International Milk Genomics Consortium convened at UC Davis for a second day and brought together scientists from across the physical, chemical, biological and computational sciences.
The first day of the 10th annual International Milk Genomics Consortium featured a full line-up of keynote speakers, faculty lectures, student presentations, and industry engagement. The three-day Symposium at UC Davis featured speakers from across the U.S., Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
Director of the Foods for Health Institute, Dr. Bruce German, was featured in the food and art journal Meatpaper.