Andrew Fiscella, PhD successfully defended his dissertation, “The Influence of Obesity and Lifestyle Factors on Cognition in Middle-aged and Older Adults,” last Friday. Fiscella’s committee chair was Troy Quast, PhD, and his co-major professors were Ross Andel, PhD and Hongdao Meng, MD, MPH, PhD. Victor Molinari, PhD, ABPP, Gizem Hülür, PhD, and Claire Murphy, PhD also served on the committee. Congratulations, Dr. Andrew Fiscella!
Andrew Fiscella successfully defends dissertation
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