The PhD in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at Washington State University is a three-year program designed to equip students with advanced training in nutrition and exercise physiology. This program provides an intensive research experience, allowing students to work closely with faculty mentors on topics ranging from clinical approaches to population health. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through laboratory and fieldwork, as well as courses on topics such as biochemistry, metabolism, nutrition, and exercise physiology. Graduates of this program will be well-prepared for careers in academia, research institutions, or even industry settings working towards improving population health outcomes through clinical and community-based approaches. With a strong network of partner organizations throughout Eastern Washington and beyond, this degree provides a unique opportunity for students to make meaningful contributions towards improving health outcomes across the nation.