- Clifton Holmes, PhD, was featured on Good Afternoon Arkansas and discussed the importance of physical activity
- Good Afternoon Arkansas invited Taren Swindle, PhD, to discuss maternal mental health.
- Lisa T. Jansen, Ph.D., talked with Elicia Dover at Good Afternoon Arkansas about managing stress through exercise.
- Good Afternoon Arkansas hosted Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center dietician Markie Campbell, RD LD, discuss good school breakfast options during National Nutrition Month.
- Elisabet Børsheim, PhD, receives the Dr. Robert H. Fiser, Jr. Research Achievement Award, created to honor the accomplishments of an ACRI research scientist who has distinguished themselves through extraordinary scientific research that will have lasting impact on the health, development, and well-being of children and their families.
- Good Afternoon Arkansas hosted Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center dietician Lexi Poole, RD LD, encourage a Heart Healthy diets.
- The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture selected Aline Andres, Ph.D., to the 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.
- The Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center Welcomes Colin D. Kay, Ph.D., to serve as professor in the Department of Pediatrics, scientific director of our Metabolomics and Analytical Chemistry Core, and director of Precision Health Research at the Arkansas Children’s Research Institute.
- Elisabet Børsheim, Ph.D., was named inaugural Arkansas Children’s Research Institute director of research faculty development, tasked with developing a formal on-boarding plan for new research faculty and mentoring junior faculty.
- Registered dietitian, Audrey Martinez, M.S., RD, interview on Good Afternoon Arkansas re: introducing solid foods to infants
- Aline Andres, Ph.D., receives 2022 American Society for Nutrition’s Nutritional Sciences Award
- Aline Andres, Ph.D., Receives 2020 Fiser Research Achievement Award
- The work of Laxmi Yeruva, Ph.D., received funding through National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health
- Xiawei Ou, Ph.D., received funding from the National Institutes of Health to study how maternal obesity affects babies’ brains
- Clinical research promoter Lauren Ramsey interviewed with KATV’s Elicia Dover on Good Afternoon Arkansas to talk about healthy summer snacks for children
- Physical trainer Alvin Dupens, interviewed with KATV’s Elicia Dover on Good Afternoon Arkansas to demonstrate some exercises for their Workout Wednesday segment
- Clinical research promoter Lauren Ramsey interviewed with KATV’s Elicia Dover on Good Afternoon Arkansas to talk about the Expecting study
- Researchers at the Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center find correlation between C-sections and baby brain development.
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Open-rank tenure-track faculty position in nutritional epidemiology and assessment of dietary exposures with The Dept. of Epidemiology at the College of Public Health in collaboration with the Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center. Applicants should submit an application via the UAMS careers portal located on the UAMS website. The position number is 2021-71913.