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CNHP in the Media

September 11, 2014

Guy Diamond, PhD, Director of the Center for Family Intervention Science and the doctoral program in the Couple and Family Therapy Department, was interviewed on KFI-640 AM (Los Angeles) on August 3 about depression and suicide risk.

On August 12, Jennifer Nasser, PhD, an associate professor in the Nutrition Sciences Department, was featured in an article about food addiction on the American Society for Nutrition’s website.

Nyree Dardarian, a professor in the College’s Nutrition Sciences Program, arranged a visit between Philadelphia-based restaurateur Han Chiang and the Drexel men’s basketball team. Chiang, who owns the Han Dynasty restaurants, taught players about customs and etiquette prior to their trip to China. The story was covered by The Metro on August 18.

Donna Sabella, PhD, Director of Global Studies and an assistant clinical professor of Nursing, was interviewed for an August 21 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Journal Sentinel article about minor sex trafficking.

Jennifer Quinlan, PhD, an associate professor in our Nutrition Sciences Department, was interviewed for an August 18 WHYY Newsworks article: More bacteria in food in poor Philly neighborhoods.

On August 18, Quinlan was also featured in a Philadelphia Inquirer article, Drexel study sheds light on foordborne ills that plague poor.

Stella Volpe, PhD, Chair of the Nutrition Sciences Department, was interviewed for a Wall Street Journal Article that appeared in the newspaper on September 2: The Ways to Avoid Feeling Off During Workouts.

On September 4, The TODAY Show featured a 19 year-old cancer patient’s music video that he made while in treatment at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. College of Nursing and Health Professions graduates Abbien Crowley, MA Art Therapy ‘06 (the art therapist), and Mike Mahoney, MA Music Therapy ’11 (on guitar) helped make it happen! Watch the video now.