Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the scientific documents related to the associated experts. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit

Medicine & Life Sciences

Food
Health
Nutrition Policy
Brazil
Diet
Primary Health Care
Food Industry
Obesity
Dietetics
Public Health
Nutritionists
Health Policy
Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
Research
Population
Health Promotion
Politics
Public Policy
Delivery of Health Care
Organic Food
Marketing
Mortality
Family Health
Education
Vegetables
HIV
Exercise
Contact Tracing
Energy Intake
Fruit
Portion Size
Chronic Disease
Homeless Persons
South Africa
Weights and Measures
Nutrition Assessment
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Quality of Health Care
United States Department of Agriculture
African Americans
Health Services
Hospitalization
Fats
Eating
Body Mass Index
Students
Economics
Health Education
Life Style
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Agriculture
Health Status
Preschool Children
Hypertension
Coronary Disease
Nutritional Sciences
Restaurants
Poverty
Food Supply
Conflict of Interest
Food Labeling
Universal Coverage
Dietary Fats
United States Food and Drug Administration
Mediterranean Diet
Pediatric Obesity
Guidelines
Cardiovascular Diseases
Fast Foods
Hispanic Americans
Research Personnel
Condoms
Meat
Infant Mortality
Health Behavior
Mothers
Counseling
Hospital Food Service
Physicians
Social Support
Community Health Services
Nutritional Requirements
Patient Acceptance of Health Care
Heart Diseases
Neoplasms
Public Assistance
Carbonated Beverages
Cuba
Surveys and Questionnaires
Food Services
Organizations
Blood Pressure
Primary Prevention
Serratia marcescens nuclease
Folic Acid
Dietary Proteins
Acne Vulgaris
Health Surveys
Calcium
Dietary Supplements

Social Sciences

food
health
mortality
homelessness
editor
health care
immigrant
health status
Cuba
physician
pessimism
evidence
utilization
community
nutrition
farmer
school
Brazil
smoking
politics
eating behavior
evaluation
health promotion
heart disease
Group
experience
low income
agriculture
farm
food and luxury products industry