Disparities in health and disease among various segments of the population have increasingly become a major focus of public health research, practice, and policy. Diet is a key contributor to disparities in many chronic diseases and conditions. Therefore, to address and ultimately eliminate health disparities, it is important to understand how diet and nutrition contribute to these disparities.
The Nutritional Biology Graduate Admissions Pathways (NUTGAP) program provides students from Fort Valley State University and Savannah State University with experience in nutritional biology research with UC Davis faculty, professional development, and long-term mentoring with a goal of increasing the number of scientists from historically marginalized groups who pursue research careers in nutritional biology.
For more information about NUTGAP, browse these pages or contact Academic Coordinator Carole Hom (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Program Director Gerardo Mackenzie (email@example.com). At Fort Valley State University, contact Drs. Celia Dodd (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tiffani Holmes (email@example.com); at Savannah State University, contact Drs. Teresa Shakespeare (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Takayuki Nitta (email@example.com).
Join us for a live information & QA session
- Download the pab&nutgap_flyer_2023 for more info.
- a recording of the 2022 recruiting session lives here (we will update the recording and transcript with the 2023 version later this month)
- …or you can download this PABGAP&NUTGAP_infosession_20221012_transcript.