Family and Consumer Sciences

LesLee Funderburk

Nutrition Sciences (Family and Consumer Sciences)

My research interests are focused on the promotion of quality nutritional intake, supplements, healthy body weight and composition. A near-term research project will investigate diet quality, body composition and food insecurity in college aged participants.

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Contact Information: LesLee_Funderburk@baylor.edu


Stanley Wilfong

Dietetics

Nutrition; Clinical Nutrition

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Contact Information: Stanley_Wilfong@baylor.edu


Jay Yoo

Design (Family and Consumer Sciences)

My research revolves around the appearance-related behaviors and its implication to the individual and social well-being from consumer perspectives. I conduct research in a number of areas including, body-tanning behaviors and how one's clothing, along with personality, weight, and ethnic differences impact on experience with appearance-related teasing and bullying, adolescents' risk perception of using appearance related products and body alterations.

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Contact Information: Jay_Yoo@baylor.edu