The mission of the Section of Pediatric Nutrition is to enhance the health of all infants and children through research and the promotion of best practices for nutrition and physical activity in health and disease.
Our academic mission includes research, clinical care, education and training, and community outreach.
Please explore our Web site for more information, and contact us if you have any questions.
- Nancy F. Krebs, MD, MS, Head, Section of Nutrition
Nutrition Faculty Spotlight:
Rochelle Cason-Wilkerson, MD, MPH-FAAP
Cason-Wilkerson is a pediatrician now working in the Lifestyle Medicine
Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Colorado to help fight the ongoing epidemic of
childhood obesity. She received her Medical doctorate from Meharry Medical
College in Nashville TN, and then did her residency training in the military at
Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma WA. After serving in the military for
over 10 years she decided to pursue additional training and was accepted into
the CU Primary Care Research Fellowship where she continued to study and do
research in the area of childhood obesity, more specifically looking for low
cost interventions for minority low-income children with unhealthy weight, and
looking at how beliefs change around diet and exercise after receiving
treatment in community based interventions. She also has research interest in
health disparities and has recently started pursuing research in this field as
well. While in fellowship Dr. Cason-Wilkerson also obtained her Master’s in
Public health in the track of Community and Behavioral health.
A comprehensive range of clinical nutrition support, with expertise available from physicians board certified in clinical nutrition. MORE »
Education at all levels of training for health care providers, including Clinical and Post-Doc Fellowships in Pediatric Nutrition. MORE »
Areas of research focus include energy balance & metabolism, micronutrients, obesity, prevention programs... MORE »