Projects

Sarcopenia

Sarcopenia is defined as progressive age related involuntary loss of muscle mass and function.  Between the ages of 50 and 80, muscle mass is...

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Epigenetic Pathways For Stunting -...

Forty percent of the world’s children under five years old are stunted, and this carries with it disadvantage in school performance and economic...

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Modeling the Epidemiologic...

As populations get more secure access to food and emerge from intergenerational undernutrition, they go rapidly to the opposite extreme of...

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UWI SODECO State of the Art...

A critical component for making discoveries of mechanistic pathways to obesity and cardio-metabolic disease is the laboratory capability to...

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Stroke - Reversing the Risk of...

Stroke is a leading cause of disability. One quarter of patients who have a first stroke have another within 5 years; this increased risk is...

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The Importance of Drivers

Our drivers play a central role in each research project that we undertake. Once a volunteer agrees to participate in a study, we must get them to...

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