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Science of Health Disparities – Seminar Series

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Kinesiology and Public Health Professor Marilyn Tseng received a $3.3 million grant to study health trajectories among Chinese immigrants.

Study of Immigrant Health Funded by $3.3 Million NIH Grant

Data will be collected in Philadelphia, and Cal Poly students will help Tseng locally with data projects.

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With her recently awarded $2 million in new NIH grant funding, Investigator Alison Ventura, Kinesiology & Public Health Associate Professor, is launching three new projects to study how feeding interactions between mom and infant can prevent rapid weight gain and childhood obesity.

Ventura to lead three NIH-funded studies on early life factors and child obesity

Through the Better-Bottle Feeding study, Ventura hopes to learn more about how bottle-feeding influences infant feeding patterns.

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