Atkins Foundation Donates $2 Million To University Of Michigan For Obesity Research

Filed under: In The News — @ May 9, 2006

The Associated Press reported on Monday that the Atkins Foundation headed by Veronica Atkins, the widow of the late Dr. Robert C. Atkins, donated $2 million to the University of Michigan (where Dr. Atkins graduated from in 1951) for researchers there to conduct studies on obesity and metabolism. The money will be used to pay for an endowed professorship who will look at diabetes, nutrition and obesity and attempt to discover effective treatments for these conditions.

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