College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Nutrition & Food Science

Winners of 2017 NFSC Research Day

On behalf of the Annual Research Day Committee, we would like to thank all of the judges and students for their hard work and dedication, and for contributing to the success of the 2017 NFSC Annual Research Day. For those of you who were not able to stay for the awards ceremony, here is a list of the winning students and posters in each of the categories:

First Year Nutrition Graduate Student

 

Gupta, Nabyendu “Characteristics of food insecure individuals: A case study of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)”

 

First Year Food Science Graduate Student

 

Karanth, Shraddha “Applicability of Omics Data in Predicting Serovar-specific Salmonella Incidence  ”

 

Continuing Nutrition Graduate Students

 

1st place

Ashour, Fayrouz Ahmed Sakr “Congregate meals, home-delivered meals, diet quality and hospital service utilization”

Lee, Jihye “Anti-adipogenic effect of 3,3’-diindolylmethane in 3T3-L1 preadipocytes and Caenorhabditis elegans”

 

2nd  place

Goswami, Rishov “TRPV4 calcium permeable channels regulate oxidized LDL-induced

macrophage foam cell formation”

Nadaud, Perrine “Formative Research to Assess Key Determinants Affecting Diet Quality of Home-packed Lunch in School Children Age 5-8”

 

Continuing Food Science Graduate Student

 

1st place  Pang, Hao “Evaluation of Cover Cropping and Meteorological Factors on the Survival of Generic E. coli and Listeria innocua in Produce Fields”

 

2nd place  Yu, Lu “Antioxidant, anti-inflammation and anti-proliferation potentials of cold-pressed chia, broccoli, cucumber and tomato seed oils”

 

 

Congratulations again to all the winners! 

 

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