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erous awards, including most recently the 2011 General Mills Institute of Health and Nutrition Innovation Award from the American Society for Nutrition.
  • John Finley, PhD, professor and head of the Food Science Department, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, is an expert in the development of reduced calorie ingredients and modified lipids. Previously, Dr. Finley held positions at Kraft Foods and Monsanto, and he led the Fundamental Science program at Nabisco. Dr. Finley has authored over 100 technical publications, edited 11 books and holds over 50 patents.
  • Vivian A. Fonseca, MD, FRCP, professor of medicine, the Tullis-Tulane alumni chair in diabetes, and chief of the Section of Endocrinology at Tulane University Medical Center, is an expert in the prevention and treatment of diabetic complications and risk factor reduction in cardiovascular disease. Dr. Fonseca is currently president-elect for Science and Medicine of the American Diabetes Association. He has published over 200 papers, review articles and book chapters and was editor in chief of Diabetes Care from 2007 until 2011.
  • Frank Greenway, MD, is professor and director of outpatient clinical research at Pennington Biomedical Research Center, an affiliate of Louisiana State University that is renowned for its clinical research in obesity and metabolic diseases. He has a particular interest in the creation of novel foods and nutraceuticals. Dr. Greenway has published more than 100 peer-reviewed manuscripts and more than 30 book chapters, and he recently received the Steelman-Seim award for teaching from the American Society of Bariatric Physicians. 
  • Richard S. Lord, PhD, chief science officer of Metametrix Clinical Laboratory, is an expert in clinical laboratory medicine.  His current research interests include quantitative assessments of the human microbiome by DNA-based methods and their integration with microb
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