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Inaugural Kruse Awards Ceremony in Human Nutrition


Dedicated to the Kruse Family
 

The Center for Human Nutrition hosted the Inaugural Kruse Awards Ceremony and seminar in Human Nutrition on April 21, 2015, at which the first Kruse Alumni Research-to-Policy Award in Human Nutrition was presented to Dr. Mary “Molly” Edmonds Cogswell, a senior scientist at the CDC. The award was founded by Doug Kruse and his wife Betty Whelchel to recognize significant contributions in translating nutrition science into programs and policies to protect population health. The Kruse family also makes two other nutrition awards possible, that honor the work and memory of Doug’s father, Harry D Kruse. Harry, a protégé of EV McCullum, received his ScD from Hopkins in 1926 and became a distinguished member of the Department of Biochemistry. After leaving the University, he became the Executive Secretary of the NY Academy of Medicine where he published an impressive body of work.

The Harry D Kruse Fellowship was established in 1987 to support doctoral candidates in nutrition who display outstanding achievement and promise (Dr. Cogswell was its 1989 recipient). The Kruse Publication Award was created in 2010 and recognizes graduate students who have published a peer-reviewed paper addressing a topic in human nutrition prior to graduation.

Further information about the ceremony and complete list of awardees can be found here.


Endowed George G. Graham Lecture in Infant and Child Nutrition


Presented by the Middendorf Foundation
 

Professor George G. Graham, MD, founding director of the Human Nutrition Division in the Department of International Health, was a leading expert in child nutrition whose discoveries continue to guide infant and child feeding practices. Family and friends endowed the School's first chair in human nutrition in his name in 2005, and in 2008 the Middendorf Foundation provided the Department's first endowed lectureship, in Dr. Graham's name, to highlight child and maternal nutrition issues of public health importance.

The 9th Annual George G. Graham Lectureship
Blindness, Weight Fluctuation and Chronic Disease in Cuba: A Twenty-Year, Natural Experiment
Benjamin Caballero, MD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

 

The 8th Annual George G. Graham Lectureship
The Long Shadow of the Dutch Famine of 1944-1945: Studies of nutrition and health consequences across three generations
Lambert Lumey, MD, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Richard Hall, PhD, Retired Navigator, 493rd Bomb Group, 8th Air Force, Former Vice-President--Science and Technology of McCormick & Co, Inc.

 

The 7th Annual George G. Graham Lectureship
A Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Discovery of Vitamins
Bruce Ames, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley

See all the speakers on YouTube

 

The 6th Annual George G. Graham Lectureship
Malnutrition: Fundamental Lessons When Standing on Shoulders of Giants
Michael Golden, MD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Applied Medicine, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Univerisity of Aberdeen

 

The 5th Annual George G. Graham Lectureship
From Bench to Bush in Designing Nutrition Interventions: Avoiding Snakes and Climbing the Ladders
Andrew Prentice, PhD, Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Director, MRC International Nutrition Group
Watch the Lecture from April 14, 2011

 

The 4th Annual George G. Graham Lectureship
Nutrition and Linear Growth
Ricardo Uauy, MD, PhD, Professor, INTA, University of Chile and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Download the Presentation from April 20, 2010

 

The 3rd Annual George G. Graham Lectureship
Interactions of Nutrition and Infection
Presentations:
Dr. Keith West: Welcome and Overview
Dr. Charles B. Stephensen: Effect of Malnutrition on Resistance to Infection
Dr. Claudio F. Lanata: Effects of Infection on Nutritional Status
Dr. Robert E. Black: The Way Forward on Nutrition-Infection Relationships

Video Part 1

Includes: Dean Klag; Dr. Keith West, Jr.; Dr. Charles B. Stephensen; Dr.Claudio F. Lanata

Video Part 2

Includes: Dr. Robert E. Black; Drs. Carl Taylor and Nevin Schimshaw

 

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