Every spring following graduation, the dietetics program takes a short-term study away program traveling to a country where the Mediterranean Diet is the norm. Titled “In Search of the Seven Species”, we search for the seven oldest foods in the world throughout Greece on the menus, in the markets, fields, art, architecture, culture, museums, etc. These foods are: wheat, barley, … [Read more...] about The Best Way to Learn the Mediterranean Diet! Go to Greece!
Missouri State University dietetic interns spent April 10 in Jefferson City at the Capitol advocating with dietitians from the Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. They spent the day speaking to legislators about the importance of state licensure for dietitians and increasing insurance coverage for nutrition services. … [Read more...] about Dietetic Interns and Legislative Day
Dr. Wang’s research group attended 26th Annual Cardiovascular Day Tuesday, February the 26th, 2019. Two graduate students gave a poster presentation. Spencer Thomas’s project is focused on the vascular inflammation, particularly the interaction between leukocytes and microvascular endothelial cells modulated by nucleotide P2Y2 receptor. He presented “P2Y₂R Receptor-dependent … [Read more...] about CMB Students Share Their Research
We are fortunate to have great students at Missouri State University. As we approach fall graduation, we wish our seniors all the best. The dietetics faculty has enjoyed working with everyone these past few years. … [Read more...] about Congratulations to Class of 2018-2019
In BMS 430, we sampled lots of great food during our "training table potlucks." Students share recipes they feel would be helpful in improving an athlete's performance. Then, we vote on our favorite. This year, Bailee Hayward, senior Sports Medicine and Athletic Training major, is the winner! She developed her own recipe for BBQ Chicken Meatballs and they were a hit. These … [Read more...] about Sports Nutrition Top Recipe