|Degree||PhD, Nutritional Sciences|
|Area of Interest||Widespread impact of nutritional problems in developing nations, micronutrient deficiencies|
|Chair||Jere D. Haas|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Campus Address||213 Savage Hall|
Emily is a PhD student in the Program in International Nutrition at Cornell University with minor fields in Applied Economics and Management and Epidemiology. Her dissertation project focuses on bio-fortified pearl millet in India.
Emily holds a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences from Cornell University. Her undergraduate research explored the effect of iron depletion on physical activity and productivity in female Mexican factory workers. Prior to returning to Cornell, she received a Fulbright research fellowship to investigate the secular changes in the growth of Polish schoolboys from 1955 to 1988 in Wroclaw, Poland.