CTRAL is proud to support research of one of our collaborators, Dr. Carla Prado, director of the University of Alberta’s Human Nutrition Research Unit.
CTRAL is proud to announce the Grand Opening of our new home the Human Clinical Research Facility! A wonderful article summarizing the day’s activities and comments of guest speakers is available from Texas A&M Today. Video is also available from College of Education Human and Development Communication Office.
Building website: http://hcrf.tamu.edu
Article available at: http://today.tamu.edu/2017/04/12/texas-am-opens-world-class-human-clinical-research-facility/
Video available at: https://www.facebook.com/cehdtamu/videos/10154890937658941/
One of our participants was willing to share his transformation story over the course of his time in our research. Read more in the recent edition from the College of Education and Human Development publication “Transforming Lives.” Watch his video testimonial on the College’s You Tube channel.
Article available: http://transform.tamu.edu/news/second-wind-copd
Video available: https://youtu.be/c1CgVLcdjHw
A multi-professional faculty of well-known experts will help you to better understand the practicalities of tracer methodology enabling you to confidently engage in tracer studies or giving you a head start building your own tracer lab.
Date: Weekend of April 29 and 30, 2017
Texas A&M University,
College Station, Texas, USA
ESPEN Tracer Course – Flyer
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Everyone interested […]
Our friends in the European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN) Society have recently launched a new video campaign. The videos showcase four different patient stories and how medical nutrition is an essential part of global care to improve outcome.
· Story 1 – Julie, 50, had a previous cancer
· Story 2 – Peter, 14, is suffering […]
CTRAL is pleased to share a virtual tour of our new Human Clinical Research Facility. Estimated move in Jan 2017.
Video available at: https://youtu.be/81iX8T6lf2g
Check out NIA’s new infographic Living Longer. Living Healthier?