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Congratulations go out to all of our College of Health Sciences 2021 Award Winners!

Our College is amazing because of our faculty and staff. Thank you for all you do. 

 

Senior Investigator Award

Chris Fry, PhD
Associate Professor in Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition
Center for Muscle Biology

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Part of the great experience, I have been told, of attending classes in the College of Health Sciences, revolves around the opportunities our students have — to research, to publish and to gain real-world academic skills.

Nothing could illustrate this better than the list Timothy Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT, FNATA, recently compiled showcasing some of the notable achievements he and his students have made over the past few months.

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RHB Celebrates 20th anniversary, name change

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

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Geza Bruckner, PhD, program director and professor of clinical nutrition at the UK College of Health Sciences, is retiring after dedicating more than 38 years of distinguished leadership, research, and teaching to the college. Headshot of Dr. Geza Bruckner

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Travis Thomas, PhD, RDN, CSSD, FAND, associate professor in the Department of Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition, received the 2020 SCAN Achievement Award. SCAN is the largest dietetic practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and works to build a world where people perform to their potential powered by nutrition and physical activity. 

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Most of the world has moved home to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s important Americans make wise decisions to support their overall health and nutrition. We spoke with Travis Thomas, PhD, RDN, CSSD, LD, FAND, a registered dietitian and associate professor in our Department of Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition, about how you can get creative in the kitchen and benefit your immune system during quarantine. 

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Dr. Geza Bruckner was recently a contributing columnist in the Lexington Herald-Leader

Let's face it. Sugars tastes good and for a little while, it may makes us feel better until the crash comes and we are left feeling tired and lifeless.