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Center for Human Nutrition

Training Opportunities

Training Opportunities in the Center

Degree Granting Programs

Based within the Department of International Health, the Center offers multiple degree-granting programs.  Over the last twenty years, more than 500 graduates have been trained and now are working in positions in academia, the US and international governments, and the non-governmental sector.

George G. Graham Lectureship

The George G. Graham Lecture honors George G. Graham, MD, who served on the faculty for more than four decades and was an internationally-known expert in child nutrition. The Middendorf Foundation established this annual lecture, dedicated to improving the lives of children and mothers throughout the world with better nutrition.

Other Components of the Center for Human Nutrition

Who We Are

The Center encompasses a multidisciplinary group of faculty from across the University.

What We Do

The Center's research stretches from the local food environment in Baltimore to encompass nutrition and health challenges in low- and middle-income contexts globally.


The Center works with multiple organizations and research groups with similar interests and priorities in tackling complex issues in the fields of food and nutrition