This group plans, develops, directs, and coordinates external research programs in diet and nutrition, including micronutrients as modifiers of cancer risk and tumor behavior, to help establish a comprehensive understanding of the precise role of bioactive food components. Projects focus on determining how specific genes and/or molecular targets are influenced by either essential or non-essential nutrients. Research is aimed at identifying people who will benefit and people who might be placed at risk from dietary intervention strategies.
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