Ingestive Behavior

The Ingestive Behavior Research Center (IBRC) was organized at Purdue University to promote and coordinate interdisciplinary collaborations among laboratories that investigate the environmental and biological controls of food and fluid intake. The groundwork for the IBRC was laid in 1999, when students and faculty from the Departments of Psychological Sciences, the Department of Foods & Nutrition, and the Interdisciplinary Graduate Neuroscience Program initiated weekly seminars and journal clubs devoted to research on ingestive behavior and its disorders. The sharing of ideas and perspectives that occurred at these informal meetings led to research collaborations, new graduate student training opportunities and expanded course offerings.

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