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Alumni News


10.6.15 Fall 2015 Career Night brings MS alumni back to campus! Fourteen MS alumni participated in the Fall 2015 Career Night, which brought alumni from a number of fields together to discuss their current positions, and speak about the career opportunities that the MS in Nutrition has brought them. Click here to view the program from the event, and click here to view updated alumni profiles. 



 5.20.15  Congratulations to the IHN's MS class of 2015, who walked in today's Columbia University graduation. A private event was held on May 21, where MS students and their families gathered to celebration the accomplishments of the year.  Click here to view the photos from the 2015 Year-end Event. 2015 Year End Event Photos

5.20.15 Congratulations to 2015 NMB graduates Dianne Dapito, Hye Rim Chang, Moneek Madra, Liheng Wang and Ambar Grijalva. Dr. Madra will be joining the IHN's MS Core Faculty, along with NMB graduate Roxanne Dutia, PhD ('14), teaching "Growth and Development".

5.18.14  Congratulations to the IHN's Masters of Nutrition class of 2014!  Click the link below to view all the photos from the year-end event. 2014 Year End Event Photos

5.16.12 Nutritional and Metabolic Biology PhD program graduates nine students.  Congratulations to Liz (Chu Chun) Chang, Colleen Reczek, Kelly Ruggles, Roxanne Dutia, Diane D'Ambrosio and Mariane Abdillahi, who completed their PhD in Nutritional and Metabolic Biology this year; missing from the photo are Caryn Shechtman, Sonia Gulati, and Stephanie Padilla, who were also awarded their PhD's in the 2011-12 academic year. 

9.13.12  Read our "Nutrition Today" newsletter, which is a special issue focusing on IHN alumni. Click here to view the pdf.

1.19.11 Neal Paragas, PhD (NMB '10), who graduated from the NMB PhD Program with Distinction in 2010, and received the Dean's Award for Excellence in Research in 2011, is highlighted in the article in the CUMC newsroom below. Animal-Model Study Offers Glimpse at Real-Time Changes in Kidney; Findings Have Implications for New Drug Therapies


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MS Alumni Contact

Sharon Akabas, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Educational Initiative
Director, MS in Nutrition Program
(212) 305-4808

NMB Alumni Contact

Sara Sternglass
Communications and Development Officer
(212) 305-4808