About the New Frontiers Webinar Series

As a part of the New Frontiers webinar series, leaders in the field provided the latest perspectives on public health opportunities to inform the prevention of diabetes and malnutrition (including obesity and undernutrition).

The series encompassed a range of topics, including socioeconomic factors affecting nutritional status and diabetes risk across the lifespan; novel interventions across health and non-health care settings; and emerging areas in policy approaches to address these challenges.

Series Archive

Session 1: Evolving Diabetes Epidemiology, Prevention, and Treatment with Dr. Mohammed K. Ali (10/25/23)
Session 2: Access to a healthy diet: Evidence from food prices, diet costs, and affordability worldwide with Dr. William A. Masters (11/8/23)
Session 3: Factors that influence adolescent girls’ diet and physical activity: Mixed-methods research from an informal settlement in Kenya with Dr. Stephanie Martin (1/24/24)
Session 4: The Complexities of Ensuring Sustainable and Healthy Diets for Everyone with Dr. Jessica Fanzo (3/20/2024)


The New Frontiers webinar series is co-sponsored by the Center for Diabetes Translation Research and the E3 Nutrition Lab at Washington University in St. Louis.