For The First Time, A Nutritionist Is Named As Winner Of $200,000 World Food Prize

For The First Time, A Nutritionist Is Named As Winner Of $200,000 World Food Prize Harvard Microbiologist Huang Assumes Newly Created Post, NYU Dean of Science For The First Time, A Nutritionist Is Named As Winner Of $200,000 World Food Prize Nevin S. Scrimshaw, director of the Food, Nutrition, and Human Development Program for the United Nations University of Tokyo and a member of Harvard University's Center for Population Studies, has been named the recipient of the 1991 World Food Prize.

Barbara Spector
Oct 13, 1991

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