A graduate from Otago University, with a bachelor of physical education degree, majoring in exercise science, exercise prescription and nutrition, Pedersen brings to the team a wealth of experience in his chosen field.
What does OU stand for?
OU stands for Otago University (Dunedin, New Zealand)
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We have 8 other meanings of OU in our Acronym Attic
- Open Use (zoning)
- Operable Unit (CERCLA)
- Operational Unit
- Oregon University
- Organizational Unit
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- Orthodox Union
- Osaka University (Japan)
- Osmania University (India)
- Out of Unity (Quaker religion)
- Over Used (gaming names)
- Over/Under (sports betting)
- Oxford University
- Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (New York, NY)
- Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Operable Unit 1 (Environmental Protection Agency)
- Operable Unit 3 (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; Dayton, OH)
- Oh, You Ate One, Too (Van Halen album/song title)
- Okeechobee Utility Authority (Okeechobee, FL)
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Otago University researchers analyzed the relationship between self-reported speed of eating and body mass index (BMI) in more than 1,500 New Zealand women aged 40 to 50, an age group known to be at high risk of weight gain.
The Pavlova Story Helen Leach Otago University Press c/o International Specialized Book Services 920 Northeast 58th Avenue, Suite 300, Portland, OR 97213 www.
His success in the subject led to him taking up a post as a tutor in the subject at Otago University.
This was the conclusion reached in a study conducted by Otago University (Dunedin), New Zealand's oldest university.
Address for correspondence: Nick Wilson, Department of Public Health, Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Otago University, PO Box 7343, Wellington South, New Zealand; fax: 64-4-4763646; email: nwilson@actrix.
Dr Robert Hancox of Otago University in New Zealand, who led the study, said: "Results suggest excessive television viewing in young people is likely to have far-reaching consequences for adult health.
In terms of funding, Otago University grabbed the biggest cash windfall despite finishing only fourth by the quality measure.