Posts Tagged ‘autism spectrum disorder’

Doctoral student Acadia Webber presents at national nutrition conference

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USF College of Public Health doctoral student Acadia Webber says that her public health practice is nutrition education among children and her passion is obesity prevention. It’s that passion that drove her to pursue a career in nutrition and her drive is not going unnoticed. In July, she attended the Society for Nutrition Education and […]

Dr. Russell Kirby contributes to high-impact research on autism

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USF College of Public Health researcher Russell Kirby, PhD, has contributed to two key studies with implications for the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder in the U.S. population.  Both recently published studies were led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center on Birth Defects and Disabilities and its Autism and Developmental Disabilities […]