Including individuals from diverse populations in genetic research will ensure that our findings will benefit everyone who suffers from eating disorders and not perpetuate health disparities.
by Dani Coan Dani is a rising senior social work major at NC State and a CEED Summer Intern. She is also a Research Assistant in Dr. Goode’s Living F.R.E.E. […]
CEED summer trainees demonstrate that the future of our field is in good hands.
The eating disorders field must diversify to ensure that our workforce truly represents the broad impact that eating disorders have in our world.
Introduction by Cynthia Bulik, PhD One of the benefits of being in my position is that I hear from people all over the world who have important perspectives to share […]
by Cynthia M. Bulik PhD This is the fourth in a series of blog posts about recent results from the Anorexia Nervosa Genetics Initiative study published in Nature Genetics. Part […]