It’s no secret that excessive drinking is bad for your health. Now evidence indicates that it may even alter your DNA and lead to stronger alcohol cravings, according to a Rutgers study appearing in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. Researchers—led by Dipak K. Sarkar, distinguished professor and director of the endocrine program in the Department […]
On November 9, 2018 the Rutgers Center for Lipid Research (RCLR) held its fourth annual symposium, with this year’s theme “Lipid Diversity and Human Disease.” Chaired by Judith Storch, distinguished professor of nutritional sciences and George M. Carman, board of governors professor of food science and founding director of the Center, the symposium brought together […]
On May 2, Peter Gillies, founding director of the New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health (IFNH) presented a Nutritional Sciences Seminar, “Reflections on a Remarkable Journey: The Founding of the IFNH.” Josh Miller, chair of the Department of Nutritional Sciences, hosted the seminar and introduced Gillies who began his talk with an IFNH history quiz for the members of IFNH and School of Environmental and Biological Sciences faculty that attended.
On November 3, 2017, the Rutgers Center for Lipid Research hosted its annual symposium entitled “Lipid Biology and Disease.” It was a full-day symposium that showcased the best and the state-of-art research findings from world-renowned and rising faculty in the center. The focus of the symposium, organized by Grace Guo of the School of Pharmacy […]
Rutgers researchers shed light on key enzyme’s role in human health. George M. Carman, director of the Center and Board of Governors professor in the Department of Food Science, along with research assistant professor Gil-Soo Han, have found that the fat enzyme, known as phosphatidic acid phosphatase, plays a critical role in in making membrane […]