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Six NORC investigators and mentorees win prizes with New Energetic Ideas session

January 24, 2014

Starting 2014 off on an enthusiastic and productive note, the Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) recently hosted “New Energetic Ideas for the New Year,” with an impressive number of representatives from various departments participating in the event. As a featured event, David B. Allison, PhD, director of the NORC and Office of Energetics, challenged each participant to propose novel and creative research ideas. Julie Locher, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Health Care Organization and Policy, announced the awards for faculty and trainees who distinguished themselves in the following categories:

Most Creative

Daniel  L. Smith, Jr., PhD Daniel L. Smith, Jr., PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition Sciences (faculty)
Daniel  L. Smith, Jr., PhD Kenneth P. Kell, graduate student in the Department of Nutrition Sciences (trainee)


Most Impactful

Mohammad  R. Haider, PhD Mohammad R. Haider, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (faculty)
Molly C. Bernhard Molly C. Bernhard, graduate student in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences (trainee)


Best Presentation

Kathryn  Kaiser, PhD Kathryn Kaiser, PhD, instructor in the Office of Energetics (faculty)
Gregory Pavela, PhD Gregory Pavela, PhD, postdoctoral trainee in the NORC (trainee)

 

 

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