Dr. Evelyn C. Granieri, Chief of the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Aging, began her career as a clinical and research Registered Dietitian. She then completed her medical training, including residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at Northwestern. Dr. Granieri helped to establish the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Aging at Columbia University. Her interests are in medical and geriatrics education, programmatic development, advocacy and interdisciplinary care of frail and vulnerable older adults.
Dr. Ken Nepple MD, FACS is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Urology at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, where he also serves in a supported role as Assistant Chief Medical Information Officer and Physician Value Officer.
Jennifer Wills-Gallagher is Associate Director of Clinical Nutrition at UNC Health Care in North Carolina and is an Adjunct Professor at UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. Jennifer is responsible for clinical and community nutrition programs and staff within UNC Health Care. Additionally, she oversees the provision and strategic planning of hospital nutrition for inpatient and outpatient services and metabolic research kitchen.
Dr. Tappenden has over 20 years’ experience in the science and practice of nutrition support, focusing on malnourished patients. She has published over 75 original research papers in peer-reviewed journals and given more than 120 invited talks. Dr. Tappenden enjoys teaching within her own laboratory, as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate nutrition courses. Dr. Tappenden has been Associate Dean of the Graduate College since 2006 and works mostly on academic programs in that role.
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