Developing, implementing and evaluating a behavioral, community-based nutrition intervention, which sought to modify the food environment for low-income African Americans in Baltimore
Intervention for the management of hypertension, community-based type II diabetes care and breast and cervical cancer control
To study how social, behavioral, environmental determinants influence health status and to develop sustainable nutrition intervention programs, particularly for underserved population including low-income family and children
Studying the relationship between food environment and diet related diseases and exploring its longitudinal changes are one of main research interests
The systematic translation of research findings into sustainable practice and dietary instrument validation
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