Joseph (Chris) Delaney

Affilate Associate Professor, Epidemiology

PhD, Epidemiology/Biostatistics, McGill University (Canada), 2008
MA, Mathematics, Statistics, Lakehead University, 1997


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Dr. Joseph Delaney’s research interests include nutrition/exercise and cardiovascular disease, exposure measurement and misclassification in food frequency questionnaires, epidemiological methods for complex exposures, and ethnic disparities in diet.

Glen E. Duncan

Affiliate Professor, Epidemiology
Professor and Chair, College of Medical Sciences, Nutrition & Exercise Physiology Program, Washington State University Health Sciences, Spokane

PhD, University of Tennessee, 1997

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Dr. Glen Duncan’s research interests include relationships among cardiovascular fitness, body fatness, and metabolic disease (e.g., metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes); lifestyle interventions involving increased habitual physical activity and/or exercise training and dietary modifications in the prevention and treatment of metabolic and cardiovascular disease; and non-biological determinants of physical activity and obesity (e.g., access, income, and the physical environment).

Scott Ickes

Affiliate Assistant Professor, Health Services and Global Health
Associate Professor of Applied Health Science, Wheaton College

PhD, Nutrition and Epidemiology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2010
BS,Kinesiology and Biology, The College of William and Mary, 2004


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Dr. Scott Ickes’s areas of interest include maternal and child nutrition; implementation science; qualitative methods; and social epidemiology. His current research focuses on social and cultural influences of poor diet and health among mothers and children in low-resource contexts, particularly focusing on East Africa. A second aim of his research is to evaluate large-scale and community-based nutrition and agricultural development programs.