Feigl-Ding has a visiting-scientist appointment in the NUTRITION department at Harvard—NOT the epidemiology department. A source at Harvard told @chronicle that Feigl-Ding had "been asked many times to stop promoting himself as having specialized knowledge."
Much of Feigl-Ding’s work is focused on the health effects of diet and exercise. A recent paper of his explored wearable devices that track physical activity. He has co-authored journal articles on Type 2 diabetes, childhood obesity, and red meat and the risk of cancer.
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