Dr. Lora Iannotti
Dr. Iannotti has expertise in maternal and young child nutrition and nutrient deficiencies (zinc, iron, vitamin A, B12, choline, and fatty acids) related to poverty and infectious diseases. She applies epidemiological methods to investigate interventions aimed at reducing stunted growth and development. Dr. Iannotti leads projects in Haiti, Ecuador, and East Africa where she collaborates with local partners to test innovative, transdisciplinary approaches using animal source foods and small livestock and fisheries development. She is founder and director of the E3 Nutrition Lab, working to identify economically affordable, environmentally sustainable, and evolutionarily appropriate nutrition solutions globally. Her other research interests include infectious disease and poverty pathways, and sustainable development interventions. Dr. Iannotti serves as Associate Dean for Public Health, leading the MPH program at the Brown School.
SMART Africa Center International Center For Child Health and Development (ICHAD)
Brown School, Washington University in St. LouisCampus Box 1196, One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130
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