January 10, 2019 5:30 p.m.End:
January 10, 2019Location: Student Center, Ballroom
Edwin K. McDonald IV, MD, is dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities through nutrition education. His interest in the effects of nutrition on health and disease stem from his experience with Project Brotherhood—an innovative clinic dedicated to providing accessible, affordable care for black men on Chicago’s South Side. While training barbers to serve as health educators, he became keenly aware of the impact of social determinants of health, including the role of nutrition. In 2012, McDonald received a certificate in professional cookery from Kendall College School of Culinary Arts.
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