ECHO Research Explores Potential Value of Nutrition Data Collected from Pregnancy Through Adolescence for Understanding Child Health

Dr. Kristen Lyall

Collaborative ECHO research led by Megan Bragg, PhD, RD and PRCCEH member Kristen Lyall, ScD, both of the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute highlights the opportunity for researchers to access the large amount of diet information already collected from the ECHO Cohort. This research, titled “Opportunities for Examining Child Health Impacts of Early-Life Nutrition in the ECHO Program: Maternal and Child Dietary Intake Data from Pregnancy to Adolescence,” is published in Current Developments in Nutrition.

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