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This webinar is a great opportunity for students to hear first-hand how the Measures Registry Resource Suite can help students with their research and classwork.

Dive into the emerging areas of diet and physical activity, along with topics of new relevance to childhood obesity - sedentary behavior and sleep.

Our quarterly student e-newsletter connects you to free tools and resources that can support your schoolwork and research.

Fast, easy, and mobile. The Measures Registry Learning Modules are designed to walk you through measurement selection at your own pace and on your own time!

The 2018 Annual Report highlights NCCOR's decade of transforming childhood obesity research

NCCOR and its partners have published more than 50 peer-reviewed research articles. You can access the full list on the link below.

The Measures Registry will strengthen your proposal and save you time by finding customized measures for your childhood obesity research!

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