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Scientific Interest Group: National Human Research Centre (CNRH) (future Public Interest Group)

The Scientific Interest Group Research Centre for Human Nutrition (National Human Research Centre Île-de-France) brings together nine research unites belonging to eight different organisations, including UPMC, which is represented by the team ‘ Nutrition and obesity: genetic and transcriptomic approaches ’ from Karine Clément’s Mixed Research Unit S 872 of the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and UPMC.

The objective of the National Human Research Centre Île-de-France is to coordinate and harmonise cognitive or finalised research programmes carried out by each of its members with the aim of developing knowledge in human nutrition and, in particular, everything concerning the eating behaviour of human beings and its determining factors and consequences, contributing to teaching, training, promotion, expert evaluation of the nutritional state of populations or nutritional education.’
Source and information:
https://rhubarbe.uren.smbh.univ-paris13.fr/crnhidfv2/presentation.htmNouvelle fenêtre



06/11/08