David Randy Black, Purdue University
Dr. David Randy Black completed his doctoral degree at Stanford University in Psychology and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Stanford Heart Disease Prevention Program. He holds faculty and courtesy appointments in five different areas: Public Health, Health Sciences, Nutrition Science, Nursing, and the Purdue Polytechnic Institute- Computer Information and Technology.His research in the weight management nutrition-physical activity area began almost 4 decades ago. His first faculty appointment was at University of Nebraska Medical Center in the Department of Preventive and Stress Medicine and his subsequent faculty appointment has been at Purdue University where he has been since 1984. He completed his Master of Public Health degree at San Diego State University. He is the Associate Director of the Purdue Homeland Security Institute. He is a fellow of five different health organizations and has received 48 federal, national, state, organization, and university awards and recognitions for his contributions to public health; most recently in Homeland Security for service, scholarship, and grantsmanship. He has published 150 peer-review articles, participated in 180 and another 50 invited regional, national, and international presentations.
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Journal of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics is an international online open access peer reviewed journal aims to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote and share various aspects of food and nutrition. This journal accepts original research, review articles, case reports, short communication and letter to editor related to developments, research, issues in field of food intake, value, nutrition requirements, deficiency disorders and diet control.
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