Health & Nutrition

Diet and exercise are contributing factors to a number of diseases, including cancer. At the Cancer Center at Illinois, scientists are tackling a range of topics related to human diet and exercise to better understand how they impact cancer diagnoses and survivability. This broad subject area unites molecular biologists, nutritionists, food scientists, and engineers to better understand the human body, and how individuals can lead healthier lives and improve their cancer outcomes.


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Rex Gaskins

Professor, Animal Sciences

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Neha Gothe

Associate Professor, Kinesiology and Community Health

Zeynep Madak Erdogan

Zeynep Madak Erdogan

Associate Director for Education, Cancer Center at Illinois

Associate Professor, Food Science & Human Nutrition

Erik Nelson

Erik Nelson

Program Leader, Cancer Discovery Platforms (CDP)

Associate Professor, Molecular & Integrative Physiology

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Jason Ridlon

Associate Professor, Animal Sciences

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