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
- Should I Eat Pizza?
- Congress Puts Potatoes On The Menu In Nutrition Subsidy
Northwest Public Radio, 12/15/2014
- America's Growing Food Inequality Problem
Washington Post, 09/02/2014
- A New Measure of Food Deserts
Sightline Daily, 03/31/2014
- Distance to Supermarket Makes No Difference to Diet Quality, UW Study Says
UW School of Public Health News, 03/13/2014
- Distance to Supermarket Makes No Difference to Diet
American Journal of Public Health, 03/13/2014
- What Will the Nutrition Facts Label Look Like in the Future?
- Law's Expanded Medicaid Coverage Brings a Surge in Sign-Ups
New York Times, 01/20/2014
- World Shifts Focus to Hidden Hunger as Global Obesity Expands
Al Jazeera America, 01/06/2014