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Dahlia Stott

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Dahlia is a PhD candidate in nutrition sciences. Her research focuses on the relationships between interacting with nature and dietary behaviors such as dietary quality and sustainable dietary patterns. Her PhD training has allowed her to gain skills in quantitative, qualitative and mixed methodology, which she is implementing in her dissertation. In addition to her personal research project, she coordinates a longitudinal NIH/NIDDK R01 study in the College of Medicine.

Education History:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition (Dietetics)
    Arizona State University

Research Interests:

  • Community Nutrition
  • Health Benefits of Interacting with Nature
  • Dietary Quality
  • Sustainable Dietary Patterns

PhD Student Research Award (2021)

Faculty Mentor:
Brandy-Joe Milliorn, PhD