University of Washington School of Public Health
University of Washington
Dr. Drewnowski's interests are in characterization of dietary patterns, nutrition economics, spatial distribution of obesity rates, and the development of new metrics to identify foods that are nutrient dense, affordable and sustainable.
PhD Psychology, Rockefeller University, 1977
MA Biochemistry, Oxford University (UK), 1971
In the News
- Self-reported Food Spending Closely Tracks Store, Restaurant Receipts
UW School of Public Health News, 10/29/2015
- U.S. kids outweigh Canadian kids, says study
- Americans are cutting calories, but far from eating healthy
- Low-fat milk is scarce in poor neighborhoods
- Are Dietary Goals for Sodium and Potassium Reasonable?
- Percentage of Children Eating Fast Food Drops
JAMA Pediatrics, 03/31/2015
- Percentage of Children Eating Fast Food on a Given Day Drops, Study Finds
UW School of Public Health News, 03/27/2015
- WHO Goals on Sodium, Potassium 'Unfeasible'
BMJ Open, 03/20/2015
- Study: Socioeconomic Factors Affect Obesity, Not Weight Change
KING 5, 03/04/2015
- Should I Eat Pizza?