Dr. Phipps is an Assistant Professor with a research focus on holistic interactions of biomolecules in plant extracts and foods; mechanisms of biomolecules in the prevention/alleviation of disease; and evaluation of nutrition and wellness needs and development of strategies to mitigate chronic health conditions in underserved and historically disadvantaged populations. Dr. Phipps has 20+ years of higher education teaching experience in the Biological and Life Sciences, and currently teaches Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrition, and Undergraduate Research classes. She is particularly passionate about providing educational equity, advanced experiential STEM learning opportunities, and personalized mentoring to PEER students and those who have been socially and economically disadvantaged.
1890 Evans Allen Project IV – Food, Nutrition, and Health
FDA Contract Number 75F40120C00141
USDA-NIFA Sustainable Agriculture Systems Grant (SUSHI)