Myrtle R Mcculloch
Department of International Health
218 St Mary's Hall
TTH 2.00-3.00, W by Appt.
Recently awarded the 20-year silver medal from Georgetown University, Myrtle McCulloch is an assistant professor in the Department of International Health at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies. She teaches courses in nutrition, both in health and disease, to nurses, pre med students and health studies majors,in International Health. She also teaches a course on the Ecology of Global Hunger. She has experience in nutrition in health and disease through stages of life, and works as a clinical nutritionist in area hospitals. Other areas of interest include eating disorders, genetically modified foods, food safety at home, and food insecurity worldwide. Her overseas work in public health nutrition has been in Costa Rica, Calcutta, Hyderabad India. She grew up in Nairobi Kenya.
- Doctor of Education (1994) Virginia Tech, Adult Education
- M. S. (1966) Columbia University, International Public Health Nutrition
- B.S. (1965) Marymount of Fordham University, Nutrition and Dietetics