WWS 594J Graded A-F, P/D/F, Audit
Topics in Policy Analysis (Half-Term) - Health and Nutrition in Developing Countries
Human growth has been described as "a mirror of society" in that the process of growth and development is exquisitely sensitive to environmental factors. This course will be aimed at the non-biologist and will cover biology of growth and examination of critical periods of susceptibility to environmental insult. Other topics will be impact of social and economic factors, nutritional and epidemiological transition, and child growth in relation to health and disease in developing countries.
Open to Graduate Students Only.
This class will meet from 3/22/2010 to 4/30/2010. For more information on WWS Graduate Course, please see our WWS website: http://wws.princeton.edu/grad/course_offerings/.
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