The Center for Health Behavior Research is committed to helping end childhood obesity. Private philanthropy provides needed funding to help in this initiative.
To develop and test new and innovative behavioral treatments, provide clinical and behavioral health treatments for childhood obesity, and educating the public about the latest evidence-based discoveries will require increased private support.
The research produced by CHBR raises D'Youville's prominence and furthers its legacy of innovation and commitment to community. The Center encourages faculty and student excellence through interdisciplinary research and student engagement:
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Opportunities for philanthropy can be made through unrestricted contributions where funding is most needed, targeted research, named funds, and an endowed professorship.
Please consider making a philanthropic commitment to CHBR. To learn more, contact Brian H. Wrotniak, PT, PhD.