Harvard Training Program in Nutrition and Metabolism
Dr. Steven Grinspoon is the Program Director of this Training Program and has been successful in training research fellows in nutrition-related clinical research for over 15 years and received a K-24 mentoring award from the NIH in this regard. Cross-training resulting from the rich network of collaborating programs at Harvard is a strength of the Program, which facilitates interdisciplinary training in sophisticated clinical and translational nutrition research techniques through a select group of well-established Program Faculty in related fields of nutrition and metabolism research. The Program in Nutritional Metabolism serves as the coordinating site and Dr. Grinspoon is the Principal Investigator of the Harvard Training Program In Nutrition and Metabolism, an NIH-funded T32 Program. The Training Program offers NIH-funded training slots for qualified MD and/or PhD’s interested in nutrition-related research fields.
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