Partners & Research Centers
- Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging
- Scientists at the HNRCA examine how nutrition impacts healthy aging and the role nutrition plays in preventing diseases of the aging. The HNRCA, which is an independent research facility located two blocks away from the Friedman School on the Tufts Boston campus, was established in 1977 as a unique partnership between the USDA and the University. Many of the scientists at the HNRCA’s 20 research labs are also Friedman School faculty. Friedman students have unique opportunities to conduct research under the supervision of HNRCA scientists who have international stature in their respective areas of research expertise.
- John Hancock Research Center on Physical Activity, Nutrition and Obesity Prevention
- The JHRC uses a transdisciplinary approach to conduct innovative research, train future leaders, catalyze change through community-level capacity building, and drive public policy to create and sustain healthy environments.
- Feinstein International Center
- The Feinstein International Center carries out research on the politics and policy of aiding the vulnerable, on protection and rights in crisis situations, and on the restoration of lives and livelihoods for those marginalized communities caught up in humanitarian and nutritional crises around the world.