The faculty and staff with Washington University’s Center for Healthy Weight and Wellness are actively engaged in efforts to train next-generation scientists and community providers in approaches for effectively understanding, treating, and preventing obesity and eating disorders.

T32 Training Program

The program provides interdisciplinary training and mentorship for four pre- and four postdoctoral research scholars focused on treating and preventing obesity and related diseases. Learn more about this Washington University T32 Program >>

Missouri Coalition MyWay to Health Train-the-Trainer Initiative

Established through a partnership between Washington University School of Medicine and the Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare, the program provides training for health care providers in the home health setting to receive the necessary training to implement family-based behavioral interventions for obesity and related disorders. Learn more about the Train-the-Trainer Initiative >>