Increasing the proportion of healthy, productive offspring

Established by the Board of Higher Education in 2002, the overall goal of the Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy is to increase the proportion of healthy, productive offspring by ensuring an optimal maternal environment during pregnancy and lactation. This research area is extremely important because of its tremendous potential socioeconomic impact.

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For more information, contact:

Dr. Larry Reynolds, Ph.D.
Co-Director
Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy
University Distinguished Professor
Animal Sciences Department
209B Morrill Hall
701-231-7646
Email: Larry.Reynolds@ndsu.edu

Dr. Joel Caton, Ph.D.
Co-Director
Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy
Engberg Endowed Professor
Animal Sciences Department
207B Morrill Hall
701-231-7653
Email: Joel.Caton@ndsu.edu

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