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Climate Change, Sustainable Dietary Patterns, and Food Security, specifically how the impacts of global climate change and variability affect the ability to grow sufficient food and calories in developing countries; in particular, Ethiopia.
Dana Hunnes has worked as a clinical inpatient dietitian at RR-UCLA Medical Center since 2005. She completed her B.S. at Cornell University with a double major in Nutrition and Human Biology, Health, and Society. Dana completed her RD-training (dietetic internship) at Emory University Hospitals and health system. Her MPH is from UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health, in the department of CHS. Dana’s dissertation research focused on how climate change affects food security in Ethiopia. Dana is a sought out media expert in the areas of nutrition, diet, health, and fitness.