- Botanicals Center for Age-Related Diseases
- Cancer Prevention Internship Program
- Center on Aging and the Life Course
- Discovery Park
- Indiana CTSI
- Ingestive Behavior Research Center
- International Breast Cancer and Nutrition Project
- Oncological Sciences Center
- Purdue University Center for Cancer Research
Kimberly K. Buhman, Associate Professor
Intestinal Lipid Metabolism, Nutritional Biochemistry and Physiology, Heart Disease, Obesity
John (Jay) R. Burgess, Associate Professor
Oxidative stress adaptation, phytochemical antioxidants, oxidative stress and essential fatty acids in behavioral disorders, role of antioxidants in mitigating the complications of diabetes
Wayne W. Campbell, Professor
Human nutrition and exercise studies of macronutrient metabolism, protein and energy requirements, appetite, body composition, obesity and weight loss, muscle strength, and muscle function, with special emphasis on aging.
James (Jim) R. Daniel, Associate Professor
Carbohydrates, non cariogenic sweeteners, food gums, and fat substitutes.
Heather Eicher-Miller, Assistant Professor
Food insecurity and low-resource populations, community based research, nutrition education, nutritional epidemiology, dietary patterns, and public health.
Mario G. Ferruzzi, Professor
Chemistry of food pigments and flavonoids with focus on quantitative and qualitative phytochemical profiling, bioavailability, biological activity and incorporation into food systems
James C. Fleet, Professor
Molecular mechanisms of vitamin D action through the vitamin D receptor; intestinal calcium absorption; vitamin D and calcium metabolism; vitamin D and cancer chemoprevention; regulation of gene expression; genetic regulation of mineral metabolism
Nana Gletsu Miller, Assistant Professor
Diseases associated with obesity and outcomes following weight loss; strategies for optimizing nutritional outcomes following bariatric surgery
Elsa M. Janle, Associate Research Professor
Nutritional and phytochemical effects on diabetes and Alzheimer's Disease. Interstitial fluid chemistry.
Qing Jiang, Associate Professor
Nutrition and inflammation-associated diseases; Different forms of vitamin E and cancer chemoprevention/chemotherapy; vitamin E forms, botanical antioxidants and asthma.
Sibylle Kranz, Associate Professor and Director of the Coordinated Program in Dietetics
Childhood obesity prevention, diet quality, nutrition epidemiology, public health
Richard (Rick) D. Mattes, Professor
Regulation of food intake in humans; hunger and satiety; Dietary preferences and compliance; taste and smell function; Human cephalic phase responses.
Megan A. McCrory, Assistant Professor
Dietary composition, eating patterns, and eating behaviors in relation to obesity and its prevention; social and psychological determinants of eating patterns; improvement of dietary assessment methods.
Charles R. Santerre, Professor of Food Toxicology
Food safety and nutrition related to chemical contaminants in foods.
Dennis A. Savaiano, Professor and Interim Dean of the Honors College
Lactose digestion and intolerance, carbohydrate maldigestion
Silvia Stan, Assistant Professor
Cancer prevention with diet-derived bioactive compounds; pancreatic and breast cancer chemoprevention
Jon A. Story, Professor and Associate Dean of the Graduate School
Nutritional regulation of cholesterol metabolism
Dorothy Teegarden, Professor
Nutrition and cancer, vitamin D and signal transduction, molecular mechanisms in the progression of cancer, exercise, nutrition and bone health, dietary calcium and body composition, vitamin D regulation of lipid oxidation and insulin resistance
Connie M. Weaver, Distinguished Professor and Head
Bioavailability of minerals; Calcium metabolism, exercise, nutrition and bone health, and iron status
Carol J. Boushey, Adjunct Professor
Nutritional epidemiology, dietary and behavior assessment methods, public health.
Meryl Wastney, Adjunct Associate Professor
Computer modeling of whole body metabolism
David R. (Randy) Black, Courtesy Professor
Shawn S. Donkin, Courtesy Professor
Ruminant Nutrition and Physiology
Gerald C. Hyner, Courtesy Professor
Public health and gerontology; health promtion and disease control; computerized health risk appraisal
Kee-Hong Kim, Courtesy Assistant Professor
Obesity: dietary regulation of development of adipose tissue and its function; dietary control of cellular stress signaling pathway and its associated adipose dysfunction; adipose tissue, aging and cellular senescence
Sophie A. Lelievre, Courtesy Associate Professor
Roseann M. Lyle, Courtesy Professor
Public health and gerontology; community physical activity interventions; women's health
Jean-Christophe (Chris) Rochet, Courtesy Associate Professor
Protein misassembly diseases; role of protein aggregation in neurological and muscular disorders
Darlene A. Sedlock, Courtesy Associate Professor