FDSN Seminar Series: Omic Approaches to Coffee and Health Research
The Department of Food Science and Nutrition will host Marilyn C. Cornelis, assistant professor of preventative medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, for a seminar titled “Omic Approaches to Coffee and Health Research” on Thursday, March 30, beginning at 12:45 p.m.
The seminar will take place in person and on Zoom.
Marilyn C. Cornelis will summarize her efforts to identify the omic signatures of coffee and caffeine intake and how these findings may advance coffee and health research
Marilyn C. Cornelis, assistant professor of preventative medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, focuses her research on coupling modern high-throughput omic technologies to traditional clinical and epidemiological methods to enhance the biological understanding of how diet and nutrition contributes to chronic disease. She has a special interest in the genetics of coffee consumption, caffeine metabolism, taste preferences, and other dietary behaviors.Join Zoom