Laetitia Meyrueix

Nutrition and Epigenetics

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

I am a Nutrition Doctoral student, housed in the Genetics Department. I get the best of both worlds by studying epigenetics.

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Meet Maria Mitchell, the first American to discover a comet

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She imagined what potential there would be if women were allowed to pursue something they were passionate about

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Neuroscience should take sex differences in the brain more seriously

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Diseases like Alzheimer's and schizophrenia manifest differently in men and women, and that's important to know

Aarthi Gobinath

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What a strange case of scientific déjà vu showed us about the dangers of plastics

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New research shows that BPA-free plastic might still be harmful

Jackie Grimm

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What do we really know about the safety of probiotics?

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Messing with our gut microbiome could hurt us

Hannah Thomasy

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Great news! Hops contain a molecule that improves metabolism!

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And it's the same one that makes your beer bitter.

Kevin Pels

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Who owns your cells?

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Property rights get messy when DNA is involved

Sarah Kearns

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Did humans evolve to eat raw, aged, or cooked meat? I tried to test digestion

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That's how I ended up feeding raw meat to undergrads

Darcy Shapiro

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