Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care hosts mini symposium

Join the UNC Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care (PPMH) for Precision Nutrition: Connections Between Food, Environment, & Health, a free virtual mini-symposium from 2:00-4:00pm on Wednesday March 22, 2023.

Precision nutrition is an emerging personalized approach to nutrition that takes into account an individual's unique dietary needs, lifestyle factors, and genetic makeup. This approach recognizes the intricate relationship between diet, environment, and health, acknowledging that what we eat and how we live can significantly impact our wellbeing.

Presentations

Blending Precision Nutrition and Precision Public Health Approaches: "Neighborhood-omics"
Alice Ammerman, DrPH
Mildred Kaufman Distinguished Professor, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health
Director, Center for Health Promotion & Disease Prevention, School of Medicine

Metabolic Individuality and Nutrition for Precision Health
Susan Sumner, PhD
Professor, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health

How to Use Precision Nutrition in Current Clinical Practice
Martin Kohlmeier, MD, PhD
Professor, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health

For more information, visit www.med.unc.edu.

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