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NPB 132 Catalog name = Nature vs Nurture: Physiological Interactions Among Genes, Nutrients and Health. Informally this course is A(dipocyte) to Z(ucker rat) of obesity. Instructors: Craig Warden, Ph.D. Professor Section on Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior and Department of Pediatrics Office: Tupper Hall 4437 Phone 752-4187 Email: chwarden@ucdavis.edu Stephen Phinney, MD. Ph.D. Professor emeritus, UC Davis, and Freelance Scientist Email: sdphtb@comcast.net Bertrand Perroud, Ph.D. Project Scientist UC Davis Genome Center and Bioinformatics Program Phone 754-4030 Email bperroud@ucdavis.edu TA Tamara Dunn Email tndunn@ucdavis.edu Reader Yannan Xi Email yanxi@ucdavis.edu Craig’s office hours – Mondays at 1 PM or anytime I’m in the office. Just drop by 4437 Tupper Hall, or give a call 5 minutes before you want to visit. Tamara – office hours TBA Prerequisites: BIS 1A September 16, 2011 Our underlying goal for this course is to teach the best scientific evidence based information about nutrition, genetics and health, with specific focuses on weight, diabetes
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2011 for the course NPB 97952 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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