The Children's Nutrition Research Center is a world leader in nutrition research. The center investigates the nutritional needs of pregnant and nursing women and children from conception through adolescence. Our state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary approaches incorporate biochemistry, human genetics, physiology, nutrition, plant biology, animal science, physics, statistics, epidemiology, behavioral science, and psychology. Our faculty, staff, and students work collegially in the best-equipped facility of its kind in the nation.
Discover the varied research work of our Children's Nutrition Research Center investigators.
Shared Center Resources
The CNRC resources are shared among all center investigators to explore issues related to human, animal and plant biology.
There are five areas that direct the research conducted by the investigators at the CNRC.
View a listing of scheduled and recorded presentations from CNRC investigators.
Calculators for Pediatric Body Composition Reference Charts, Age-based Pediatric Blood Pressure Reference Charts, and Children's BMI & Energy Requirements