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Youssouf Diabate

Faculty, Department of Environment and Nutrition Sciences, College of Agriculture, Tuskegee University, USA

Biography

He is a Faculty in Department of Environment and Nutrition Sciences, College of Agriculture, Tuskegee University, USA. He received a Doctoral Degree (PhD) in Applied Economics from Auburn University, Alabana in the year 2006. He is a graduated in Applied Sciences from Institute Polytechnic Rural of Katibougou, Republic of Mali, in 1986, with an immediate post-graduation in Agricultural Economics from Tuskegee University, Alabana in 1995. He served as an Assistant Professor for 10 (years) in Tuskegee University. As an Associate Professor, he is a recipient of many awards and grants for his/her valuable contributions and discoveries in major area of research. His research interests, as an Associate Professor lie in training programs. He is the Editorial Board Member of many peer reviewed journals and his area of expertise, as an Assistant Professor credits him/her with many publications in national and international journals. He is committed to highest standards of excellence.

Research Interest

Food insecurity; Self-rated health; African Americans; Black belt region; Alabama

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