Courses Taught by Sarah Ball
NUTR597: Precision Nutrition: Translating Science To Practice
- Graduate level
- Both Residential and Online MPH
- This is a second year course for Online students
- Winter term(s) for residential students; Winter term(s) for online MPH students;
- 2 credit hour(s) for residential students; 2 credit hour(s) for online MPH students;
- Instructor(s): Ball, Sarah Aaronson, Susan (Residential); Aaronson, Susan Ball, Sarah Aaronson, Susan Ball, Sarah (Online MPH); Aaronson, Susan Ball, Sarah (Online MS);
- Prerequisites: graduate standing
- Advisory Prerequisites: NUTR 594, NUTR 595, NUTR 596
- Description: In this novel course, students will understand, translate and incorporate the emerging fields of nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics, culinary medicine and the microbiome into personalized nutrition practice grounded in public health principles.
- Learning Objectives: 1 Demonstrate literacy comprehension regarding the emerging science of precision nutrition. 2 Understand the role public health principles play in a precision nutrition approach 3 Describe the role of the microbiome and genetics in chronic disease prevention and treatment 4 Summarize the large precision nutrition randomized controlled trials 5 Explain how food and nutrients impact gene expression and the microbiome 6 Demonstrate how to incorporate culinary genomics into practice 7 Evaluate how genetics and the microbiome are currently being used in practice. 8 Translate current public health nutrition guidelines and recommendations to the individual using genetic and microbiome data. 9 Implement culinary techniques (food and nutrients?) to optimize health. 10 Determine if the current evidence supports the use of precision nutrition in practice and how it can be effectively applied
|Department||Program||Degree||Competency||Specific course(s) that allow assessment||Population and Health Sciences||MPH||Recommend evidence-based interventions that engage broad and diverse community stakeholders for population health improvement||PUBHLTH515, EPID591, NUTR597, PUBHLTH511|
NUTR690: Supervised Experiential Learning
- Graduate level
- Fall, Winter term(s) for residential students;
- 0.5-3 credit hour(s) for residential students;
- Instructor(s): Ball, Sarah Aaronson, Susan (Residential);
- Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Department of Nutritional Sciences MPH or MS (Clinical Nutrition or Nutritional Sciences) Dietetics program.
- Description: This course will provide Supervised Experiential Learning hours for students enrolled in the Dietetics, Path to RDN training program. The course will integrated experiential learning each semester, relevant to the didactic content.
- Learning Objectives: See syllabus for list of competencies that are specific to each course section.
- This course is cross-listed with .