Christina is a Medical Science Liaison for Abbott Nutrition and has expertise in both Adult Therapeutic Nutrition and Prenatal/Lactation Nutrition. Her work has helped develop nutritional supplements for expectant moms and as well as advancements in Similac infant formulas. Today, she also supports adult nutrition conducting clinical research and providing scientific support to areas including critical care nutrition, surgical nutrition (ERAS) and quality improvement initiatives.
Christina joined Abbott in 2010 and she has published 11 peer-reviewed articles in the area of pregnancy, immune regulation, and lactation nutrition. She has two patents pending and is a regular speaker at national and international conferences. Christina has received multiple prestigious awards at Abbott for her pediatric research.
Prior to joining Abbott, Christina was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Michigan. She received her undergraduate degree in dietetics from Bluffton University and her PhD in Nutritional Science from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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