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Center for a Livable Future


January 23, 2012


Remle Stubbs-Dame, MPH, is a first-year PhD student in the Department of International Health. Remle is interested in obesity, food systems and the nutrition transition. Domestically, she hopes to investigate the role of access in fruit and vegetable consumption and the effectiveness of systemic nutrition interventions in low-income neighborhoods. Internationally, she is interested in the increase in availability of poor-quality calories in developing countries. She is currently working on post-earthquake nutrition and sustainable farming promotion in rural Haiti. Remle received a BA in History from Yale University and a Master of Public Health from the Bloomberg School of Public Health.  Her faculty advisor is Dr. Keith West, DrPH, MPH, Professor in the Department of International Health.

Remle Stubbs-Dame

Remle Stubbs-Dame

Fellowships Awarded: 2010