Childhood Obesity PhD Student/s in Columbia, SC for University of South Carolina

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Childhood Obesity PhD Student/s
The Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina is currently seeking PhD level applicants who are interested in pursuing a research?focused doctoral degree on the topic of childhood obesity. Candidates with a focus on children, overweight or obesity, and obesogenic behaviors that include diet, sleep, physical activity, screen time, or sedentary behavior are invited to apply. PhD students will be integrally involved in the studies conducted by the Arnold Childhood Obesity Initiative research group and the recently National Institutes of Health funded Research Center for Child Wellbeing. These include observational and intervention studies that are funded by the National Institutes of Health and are designed to understand the etiology, prevention, and treatment of c


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