The Shifting Tides of Food Safety and Nutrition: Risks and Benefits of Fish Consumption

Global food aid from the U.S. is sparking a heated debate: Goats and Soda: NPR


Iannotti wins scientific excellence award – The Source – Washington University in St. Louis

BrainFood by Sight and Life podcast – Extraordinary Eggs: Shelling Out the Science (Part 2)

BrainFood by Sight and Life podcast – Extraordinary Eggs: Shelling Out the Science (Part 1)

FAO Global Conference on Sustainable Livestock Transformation – Animal source food for human nutrition and health presentation

Iannotti to Lead Effort Linking Environment to Human Well-Being

Dr. Lora Iannotti on the impact of nutrition on child growth and brain development


What Humanity Should Eat to Stay Healthy and Save the Planet

Modified Fishing Traps and Fisher Workshops Promote Fish Consumption and Sustainable Fishing

Aquatic Animal Foods Play a Key Role in Supporting Nutrition and Child Health


Using Fish to Mitigate Malnutrition: Research to Test Innovative, Sustainable Approaches

Criticism of animal farming in the west risks health of world’s poorest


More Bites of Fish Recommended in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-2025

Key Takeaways for Sustainable Fishery and Improved Nutrition in Coastal Kenya

Improved Nutrition Security in Kenya Through Increased Access to and Consumption of Coastal Marine Fish (SecureFish)

The Shore-Based Diet: Fish in Hominin Evolution 


Lora Iannotti on livestock and animal-source foods at Berlin’s Global Forum for Food and Agriculture


Cracking the Egg Potential: Working to Reduce Stunting and Improve Rural Livelihoods

Eggs Improve Biomarkers Related to Infant Brain Development

Eggs Significantly Increase Growth in Young Children

Social Work and Public Health Faculty Team Up for Pilot Study in Haiti

Eating More Like Our Ancestors Would Improve Human Health


WashU Receives Gates Foundation Award for Nutrition Study


Evaluating environmental contaminants affecting water quality in Haiti