Providing analytical resources for establishing links between dietary exposure and states of health and wellness
Understanding what makes a food more or less healthy and how to inform people to make better dietary decisions that can reduce risk or delay the onset of disease.
Working with researchers on studies of human metabolome/exposome to understand how dietary phytochemicals impact metabolic processing and human health.
To develop an understanding of how food-derived phytochemicals are metabolized and the influence this has on biological activity; providing the knowledge needed to design appropriate clinical studies to establish the efficacy of dietary components, ultimately providing personalized dietary strategies for optimal health (i.e., precision nutrition/precision health).
- North Carolina Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource (HHEAR) Hub
- Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) – Seeding Solutions
- Hatch Project No. NC02619
- Targeted MS/MS metabolomics database
- Food metabolome database
- Quantitative metabolomic MS(n) methodologies
- Database P-MetDB
- P-MetDB Development & Methodology
- Reference Standard Library
- Over 550 physical reference standards
- Annotation & Identification
- Laboratory & Resources
- Plants for Human Health Institute Resources
- Computing and Software