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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location
ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Human Nutrition (NP #107)
Cancer Prevention Via Diet
(Appropriated)
Cardiovascular Nutrition and Health
(Appropriated)
Energy Regulation and Obesity
(Appropriated)
Genomics, Nutrition, and Health
(Appropriated)
Immunity, Inflammation, and Nutrition in Aging
(Appropriated)
Nutrients, Aging, and Musculoskeletal Function
(Appropriated)
Nutrition, Brain, and Aging
(Appropriated)
Nutritional Epidemiology
(Appropriated)
One Carbon Nutrients and Metabolism
(Appropriated)
Plant Components and Aging
(Appropriated)
Rural Aging Study
(Appropriated)
Sarcopenia, Nutrition, and Physical Activity
(Appropriated)
Vision, Aging, and Nutrition
(Appropriated)
Effects of Blackcurrant Serum Metabolites and Pcso-524 (Pcso) on Stress-Induced Neurotoxicity in Brain Cells
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Effects of Tart Cherry Serum Metabolites on Stress-Induced Neurotoxicity in Brain Cells
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Gene Expression and Systems-Based Analysis to Predict Gene-Environment Interactions
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Rural Aging Study (Geisinger)
(General Cooperative Agreement)
The Effects of Raspberries on Inflammation, Psychomotor and Cognitive Behavior
(General Cooperative Agreement)
Effects of Blackcurrant Serum Metabolites and Pcso-524 (Pcso) on Stress-Induced Neurotoxicity in Brain Cells
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Effects of Tart Cherry Serum Metabolites on Stress Induced Neurotoxicity in Brain Cells
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Individual Differences in the Neurochemical and Behavioral Response to Exposure to Protons and Hze Particles
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Combining Gene Expression Data and Systems-Based Network Analysis to Predict Gene-Environment Interactions
(Reimbursable)
B Vitamins in Health and Aging
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Defining Mechanims by Which Select Nutrients Determine Cancer Risk
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Epidemiology Applied to Problems of Aging
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Fruits, Vegetables, and Related Bioactive Compounds and Prevention of Atherosclerosis, Obesity and Chronic Inflammation
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Immunity Affected by Diet and Obesity
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Improving Cardiovascular Health with Diet
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Molecular Targets of Tomato Carotenoids and Their Metabolites in Cancer Prevention
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Musculoskeletal Health and Metabolism in Elderly Adults
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Nutrition, Brain, and Aging
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Nutrition, Obesity, Cardiovascular Health and Genomics
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Obesity and Energy Regulation Throughout the Adult Lifecycle
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Phytochemicals and Healthy Aging
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Regulation of Obesity and Associated Metabolic Complications
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
The Role of Strawberries in Aging: Effects of Strawberry Supplementation on Mobility and Cognition in Older Adults
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Using Nutrition and Proteolysis to Delay Age Related Macular Degeneration and Cataracts
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Vitamin K: Food Composition, Bioavailability and Human Health
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
The Effects of Raspberries on Inflammation, Psychomotor and Cognitive Behavior
(Trust)
The Role of Strawberries in Aging: Effects of Strawberry Supplementation on Mobility and Cognition in Older Adults
(Trust)
Last Modified: 12/6/2007
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