FSU researcher investigates how sleeping in a low oxygen environment affects body weight and health

Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology Claire Berryman will receive $2.25 million over five years to examine whether a healthy, calorie-restricted diet combined with sleeping in an environment that mimics oxygen levels of higher elevations can be used as an intervention to help individuals with obesity lose weight and improve health.

FSU is Ranked in the Top 20 by U.S. News & World Report

Student success powers FSU’s Top 20 ranking by U.S. News & World Report. Florida State University continued its impressive run as a Top 20 national public university and was also recognized as one of the country’s best values in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. FSU reaffirmed its place in the Top 20 […]

FSU Research: Greg Boebinger

Greg Boebinger’s highly cited research focuses on high-temperature superconductivity and the quantum Hall effect. His work as MagLab director also facilitates thousands of scientists from around the country who advance their individual research goals by leveraging the unique magnets and expertise located at the MagLab.