Men’s Health cited a research paper by student William Martin, Professor Lawrence Armstrong and Professor Nancy Rodriguez. The paper studied dietary protein intake and renal function. Martin and Rodriguez are part of nutritional sciences while Armstrong is in kinesiology.
The Day reported that UConn Extension will have a nonvoting seat on the board of directors for the Thames River Innovation Place (TRIP) in order to help design TRIP’s evaluation and assessment process.
Weather.com quoted Associate Professor Paulo Verardi about tick-born illnesses and vaccines for them. Verardi does research in vaccine development in the Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science.
Runner’s World described research that studied the role of vitamin D in blood pressure during rest and maximal exercise. Authors of the study include graduate student Amanda L. Zaleski, Distinguished Professor Linda Pescatello, Associate Professor Beth Taylor and former graduate student Braden Armstrong. All are from the Department of Kinesiology.
By Patsy Evans