Since Fall 2000, the School of Public Health has honored one of its outstanding faculty members with the Distinguished Faculty Lectureship for his or her contributions to the public health sciences.
Adjunct Professor, Health Services
March 12, 3:30pm
T-733 Health Sciences Building
Shirley Beresford has been principal investigator on numerous studies focusing on dietary intake and chronic disease prevention. She is well known for her worksite randomized trials in behavior change, most recently in obesity prevention. She jointly created the course "nutritional epidemiology" in 1989 and has been teaching and directing it ever since. Read a Q&A with Professor Beresford.