Brigham Young University. Center for Studies in Nutrition

Established in 1961, the Center for Studies in Nutrition was a research facility headed by Jack B. Trunnell. It ceases to exist in documentation after April of 1966.


Established: 1961

Abolished: circa 1966

Location: Provo, Utah (1961- circa 1966)


The center worked for the development of new mass screening techniques to characterize individual patterns of nutritional requirements, conducted studies on the dietary role in arterial diseases, and conducted studies aimed at correcting disordered metabolism in persons addicted to alcohol.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The center operated under a director.

Associated Units

Brigham Young University (1961- circa 1966)


UA 909 BX 173 FOL “Jack B. Trunnell” (Date of establishment; Jack B. Trunnell, director; functions; headed by director)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2010-00341

Creator: ARC