Dr. Ochner in the Media

Dr. Christopher Ochner is a nutrition, obesity and diet expert, often appearing in the media:

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ABCNews Digital in NY [live 2-27-14] Discussing new food nutrition labels

CBS This Morning [live 1-23-14] Discussing a study suggesting that cooler temperatures may help weight loss

CBS This Morning [live 1-23-14]  Discussing new study suggesting cooler temp may help weight loss

TAPED

Good Morning America [taped 2-11-14] Discussing obesity and anorexia in the context of The Biggest Loser

Good Morning America [taped 2-11-14]  Discussing obesity and anorexia in context of Biggest Loser

NY1 (Time Warner Cable News) in New York [taped 11-26-13] Discussing Dr. Ochner’s research on weight loss via diet vs. surgery

NY1 [taped 11-26-13]
Discussing Dr. Ochner’s research on weight loss

ABC World News with Diane Sawyer [taped 10-8-13] Discussing Dr. Ochner’s research on excess body weight in context of Tom Hanks having diabetes

World News w/Diane Sawyer [taped 10-8-13]  Dr. Ochner’s research & Tom Hanks’s diabetes

Ebru News in New York [taped 8-7-13] Discussing childhood obesity rates

Ebru [international] News in NY [taped 8-7-13]  Discussing childhood obesity rates

WABC-TV in New York [taped 7-12-13] Discussing Arsenic in Apple Juice

WABC-TV in NY [taped 7-12-13]  Discussing arsenic in apple juice and rice products

NY1 (Time Warner Cable News) in New York [taped 4-30-13] Discussing The Alzheimer’s Diet (co-authored by Dr. Ochner)

NY1 [taped 4-30-13]  Discussing The Alzheimer’s Diet

WABC-TV in NY [taped 4-5-13]  Discussing omega-3s

WABC-TV in NY [taped 4-5-13] Discussing omega-3s

ABC News in NY [taped 6-18-14]  Discussing saturated fat and heart disease

ABC News in NY [taped 6-18-14] Discussing saturated fat and heart disease

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CBS in NY [taped 8-22-14] Discussing the Corset Diet

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NY Daily News Sunday Edition [3-9-14] Full Page Feature on Dr. Ochner’s Research

NY Daily News Sunday Edition [3-9-14]  Full page feature on Dr. Ochner’s research on adolescent obesity prevention at Mount Sinai Hospital in NY

Obesity Management [8-1-2007] Cover Photo and Story on Binge Eating Disorder

Obesity Management [8-1-2007] Cover photo and story on binge eating

 

 

 

 

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CURRICULUM VITAE

 Academic Training

1998    BA, University of Virginia, Psychology

2000    MA, American University, Psychology (social & personality focus)

2003    MS, Drexel University, Clinical Psychology (obesity research focus)

2006    PhD, Drexel University, Clinical Psychology (obesity research focus)

2011    MS, Columbia University, Biostatistics (patient oriented research focus)

Bibliography

Published Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. Ochner CN, Lowe MR. Self-Reported Changes in Dietary Calcium and Energy Intake Predict Weight Regain following a Weight Loss Diet in Obese Women. Journal of Nutrition 2007;137:2324-2328.
  2. Ochner CN, Geliebter A. Binge Eating Disorder. Obesity Management 2007;3(4):161-64.
  3. Lowe M, Tappe K, Annunziato R, Riddell L, Coletta M, Crerand C, Didie L, Ochner CN, McKinney S. The effect of training in reduced energy density eating and food self-monitoring accuracy on weight loss maintenance: A randomized controlled trial. Obesity 2008;16:2016-2023.
  4. Geliebter A, Ochner CN, Aviram R. Appetite-Related Gut Peptides in Obesity and Binge Eating Disorder. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2008;2:305-314.
  5. Ochner CN, Green D, van Steenburgh J, Kounios J, Lowe M. Asymmetric Prefrontal Cortex Activation in Relation to Markers of Overeating in Obese Humans. Appetite 2009;53:44-49.
  6. Lowe MR, Butryn ML, Didie ER, Annunziato RA, Thomas GJ, Crerand CE, Ochner CN, Coletta MC, Bellace D, Wallaert M, Halford J. The Power of Food Scale:  A New Measure of the Psychological Influence of the Food Environment. Appetite 2009;53:114-18.
  7. Ochner CN, Gray JA, Brickner K. The development and initial validation of a new measure of male body dissatisfaction. Eating Behaviors 2009;10:197-201.
  8. Lowe MR, van Steenburgh J, Ochner CN, Coletta M. Neural correlates of individual differences related to appetite. Physiology and Behavior. 2009;5:561-571.
  9. Ochner CN, Puma L, Raevuori A, Teixeira J, Geliebter A. Effectiveness of a prebariatric surgery insurance-required weight loss regimen and relation to postsurgical weight loss. Obesity. 2010;18:287-92.
  10. Lowe M, Tappe K, Butryn M, Annunziato RA, Coletta MC, Ochner CN, Rolls B. An Intervention Study Targeting Nutritional Intake in Worksite Cafeterias. Eating Behaviors 2010;11:144-151.
  11. Gibson C, Carnell S, Ochner CN, Geliebter A. Neuroimaging, gut peptides and obesity: novel studies of the neurobiology of appetite. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 2010;22:833-45.
  12. Ochner CN, Gibson C, Carnell S, Dambkowski C, Geliebter A. Alterations in the Neurohormonal Regulation of Energy Intake through Bariatric Surgery for Obesity. Physiology & Behavior 2010;100:549-59.
  13. Ochner CN, Kwok Y, Conceição E, Pantazatos SP, Puma LM, Carnell S, Teixeira J, Hirsch J, Geliebter A. Selective Reduction of Neural Responses to High Calorie Foods Following Gastric Bypass Surgery. Annals of Surgery 2011; 253:502-507.
  14. Isaacson RS, Safdieh J, Ochner CN. Effectiveness of Continuum as a teaching tool for medical students. Neurology 2011;76:125-30.
  15. Stice E, Rohde P, Gau JM, Ochner CN. Relation of Depression to Perceived Social Support: Results from a Randomized Depression Prevention Trial. Behaviour Research and Therapy 2011;49:361-366.
  16. Ochner CN, Gibson C, Shanik M, Goel V, Geliebter A. Changes in neurohormonal gut peptides following bariatric surgery. International Journal of Obesity 2011;35:153–66.
  17. Carnell S, Gibson C, Benson L, Ochner CN, Geliebter A. Neuroimaging, appetite and obesity: current knowledge and future directions. Obesity Reviews 2012;13:43-56.
  18. Ochner CN, Stice E, Hutchins E, Afifi L, Geliebter A, Hirsch J, Teixeira J. Relation between changes in neural responsivity and reductions in desire to eat high-calorie foods following gastric bypass surgery. Neuroscience 2012;209:128-35.
  19. Ochner CN, Dambkowski C, Yeomans B, Teixeira J, Pi-Sunyer FX. Pre bariatric weight loss requirements and the effect of preoperative weight loss on postoperative outcome. International Journal of Obesity. 2012;36:1380-7.
  20. Ochner CN, Laferrère B, Afifi L, Atalayer D, Geliebter A, Teixeira J. Neural Responsivity to Food Cues in Fasted and Fed States Pre and Post Gastric Bypass Surgery. Neuroscience Research. 2012;74:138-43.
  21. Ochner CN, Jochner M, Caruso E, Teixeira J, Pi-Sunyer FX. Effect of preoperative body mass index on weight loss following obesity surgery. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases. 2013;9:423-7.
  22. Geliebter A, Bernales-Korins M, Hernandez D, Ochner CN, Ang, YH, Ungredda T, Miller R, Cole B, Kolb L. Supermarket discounts of low-energy foods: Effects on purchasing, food intake, and body weight. Obesity. 2013:21;E542-8.
  23. Ochner CN, Texiera J, Geary N, Asarian L. Greater Short-Term Weight Loss in Women 20-45 versus 55-65 Years of Age Following Bariatric Surgery. Obesity Surgery. 2013;23:1650-4.
  24. Ochner CN, Barrios D, Lee C, Pi-Sunyer FX. Biological Mechanisms that Contribute to Weight Regain following Weight Loss Diet in Obese Humans. Physiology & Behavior. 2013;120:106-113.

Published Books

  1. Ochner CN. Asymmetric Brain Activation and its Relationship with Overeating: Insight into the Brain’s Control of Hunger and Eating. New York, NY: VDM Verlag, 2008.
  2. Isaacson RS, Ochner CN. The Alzheimer’s Diet: A Step-by-Step Nutritional Approach for Memory Loss Prevention and Treatment. New York, NY: AD Education Consultants, 2012.

Published Book Chapters

  1. Ochner CN. Calcium and dairy products. In: Keller K, ed. The Encyclopedia of Obesity. New York, NY: Golson Books, 2008:104-106.
  2. Ochner CN, Geliebter A. Binge eating disorder. In: Keller K, ed. The Encyclopedia of Obesity. New York, NY: Golson Books, 2008:81-84.
  3. Ochner CN. Dieting myths. In: Keller K, ed. The Encyclopedia of Obesity. New York, NY: Golson Books, 2008:187-189.
  4. Ochner CN, Geliebter A, Conceicao E. Causal and Maintenance Factors in Binge Eating Disorder. In Columbus F, ed. Binge Eating: Psychological Factors, Symptoms, and Treatment. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, 2009: 87-93.
  5. Ochner CN, Conceicao E, Gorlova O. The Validity of Nutritional Assessment: Current Status. In Ellsworth SJ, Schuster RC, ed. Appetite and Nutritional Assessment. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, 2009:189-196.
  6. Puma L, Ochner CN, Geliebter A. The Psychology of Obesity. In Tsichlia G, Johnstone A, ed. Fat Matters: From sociology to science. Aberdeen, UK: M&K, 2010:115-128.
  7. Stice E., Shaw H., and Ochner CN. Eating Disorders. In: B. Bradford Brown and Mitchell J. Prinstein, editors. Encyclopedia of Adolescence, Vol. 3. San Diego: Academic Press; 2011. pp. 151-159.
  8. Atalayer D, Ochner CN. Causal Factors, Diagnostic Criteria and Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder. In Columbus F, ed. Binge Eating: Psychological Factors, Symptoms, and Treatment. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. In press.

Selected Published Peer Reviewed Abstracts (of 44 published abstracts)

  1. Butryn M, Didie E, Annunziato R, Ochner CN, Coletta M, Lowe M. The Power of Food Scale: Reliability, validity and factor structure. Obesity 2004;12:A79.
  2. Ochner CN, Lowe M. Dietary Calcium in relation to body weight. International Journal of Obesity2004;28:S143.
  3. Ochner CN, Lowe MR. Opposing effects of calcium intake and caloric intake on weight regain after diet. Proceedings from the International Congress on Eating Disorders 2005;37.
  4. Ochner CN, Gray J, Diana G. The Male Body Dissatisfaction Scale: Development and Validation of a New Measure of Body Dissatisfaction in Men. Obesity 2005;15:A174.
  5. Ochner CN, Lowe M. Relationship between Macronutrient Intake and Weight Regain Following a Weight Loss Diet. Obesity 2005;15:A198.
  6. Green D, van Steenburgh J, Ochner CN, Lowe M, Kounios J. Measures of appetitive responsiveness predict left-to-right prefrontal asymmetrical activation in obese individuals using EEG: Implications for hedonically-based eating. Obesity 2006;14:A7.
  7. Ochner CN, Bauer C, Hashim S, Geliebter A. Metabolic risk factors in obese participants: A randomized trial of strength or aerobic training combined with dieting versus dieting alone. Obesity 2007;15:A214.
  8. Ochner CN, Puma L, Kujac H, Bauer C, Teixeira J, Geliebter A. Weight change prior to bariatric surgery predicts weight loss outcome following surgery. Obesity 2007;15:A202.
  9. Ochner CN, Lowe MR, Kounios J, Green D, van Steenburgh J. Binge eating, appetitive responsiveness, and disinhibition in relation to activation in the human brain. Appetite 2007; 49:317.
  10. Ochner CN, Green D, van Steenburgh J, Kounios J, Lowe M. Asymmetric Prefrontal Cortex Activation in Relation to Markers of Overeating in Obese Humans. Proceedings from the International Congress on Eating Disorders 2007;42.
  11. Ochner CN, Geliebter A, Bauer CL, Hashim SA. Effects of strength and aerobic training on metabolic syndrome, insulin, and testosterone levels in dieting obese subjects. Appetite 2007;49:318.
  12. Ochner CN, Bernales-Korins M, Ungredda T, Zaravinos J, Teagarden S, Granos A, Allen S, Geliebter A. Environmental Intervention for Overweight Individuals via Price Reduction of Healthy Foods in a Community Supermarket. Obesity 2008;16:S242.
  13. Puma L, Ochner CN, Ungredda T, Teixeira J, Geliebter A. Comparison of Insurance-Required Pre Obesity Surgery Weight Loss Regimens: Primary Care Physician Supervised vs. Structured Weight Loss Regimens. Obesity 2008;16:S297.
  14. Lowe M, Tappe K, Butryn M, Annunziato R, Coletta M, Ochner CN. Evaluation of a Weight Gain Prevention Program in Workplace Cafeterias. Obesity 2008;16:S226.
  15. Ochner CN, Pantazatos S, Conseicao E, Puma L, Kwok Y, Carnell S, Teixeira J, Geliebter A. Effect of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery on brain activation in response to appetitive cues. Appetite 2009;52:851.
  16. Kwok Y, Choi K, Teixeira J, Dambkowski C, Elgethun K, Mullin A, Zulueta J, Puma LM, Conceicao E, Geliebter A, Ochner CN. Changes in Psychological Measurements Following Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery for Obesity. Obesity 2009;17:S284.
  17. Ochner CN, Pantazatos S, Conceicao E, Puma LM, Kwok Y, Carnell S, Teixeira J, Geliebter A. Changes in Brain Activation in Response to Appetitive Cues Following Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery. Obesity 2009;17:S75.
  18. Kwok Y, Hirsch J, Choi K, Dambkowski C, Zulueta J, Mullin A, Elgethun K, Conceicao E, Puma LM, Teixeira J, Gelibter A, Ochner CN. Changes in Desire-to-Eat High-Palatability Foods Following Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery for Obesity. Obesity 2009;17:S74.
  19. Carnell S, Ladell T, Pantazatos S, Ochner CN, Sharafi M, Hirsch J, Geliebter A. Lean women show greater brain activation in control areas and less activation in reward areas in respons to high energy-density food cues. Obesity 2010;18:S59.
  20. Ochner CN, Kim C, Dambkowski CL, Puma LM, Hsu CH, Cole BM, Teixeira J, Geliebter A. Effects of Presurgical Weight Cycling and Weight Suppression on Bariatric Surgery Outcome. Obesity 2010:18;S163.
  21. Atalayer D, Puma L, Hernandez D, McOuatt H, Ochner CN, Hashim S, Geliebter A. Gender Differences in Neural Responses to Food Cues in Obesity. Obesity 2011:19;S172.
  22. Puma L, Atalayer D, Hernandez D, McOuatt H, Pantazatos S, Ochner CN, Hashim S, Geliebter A. Responsivity to High-Palatable Food in Obese Binge and Non-Binge Eaters, in Fasted vs. Fed State, Using Functional MRI. Obesity 2011:19;S171.
  23. Ochner CN, Hutchins E, Stice E, Pantazatos SP, Geliebter A, Teixeira J, Hirsch J. Reductions in Reward-Related Neural Activation following Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery Predict Reductions in Wanting, but Not Liking, of High-Calorie Foods. Obesity 2011:19;S50.
  24. Jochner M, Caruso E, Yeomans B, Afifi L, Teixeira J, Ochner CN. Effect of preoperative body mass index on weight loss outcome following bariatric surgery. Obesity 2011:19;S19.
  25. Afifi L, Pantazatos S, Hutchins E, Yeomans B, Caruso E, Geliebter A, Binler D, Jochner M, Hirsch J, Teixeira J, Ochner CN. Changes in neural responses to food cues following gastric bypass surgery in fasted vs. fed conditions. Obesity 2011:19;S20.
  26. Isaacson RS, Khan RD, Ochner, CN. Alzheimer’s Diet Modification: A Web-based Nutrition Tracking System For Outcomes Research and Patient Management. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging. In press.
  27. Ochner CN, Barrios D, Lee C, Greer CE, Isaacson RS. Evidence on Diet Modification for Alzheimer’s disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging. In press.

Honors

2004    Recipient, Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital Exemplary Contribution Award

2005    Recipient, Pennsylvania Psychological Foundation Education Award

2006    Recipient, University of Maryland Research Travel Award

2007    Recipient, Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior New Investigator Travel Award

2007    Recipient, NIMH/AED New Investigator Fellowship Award

2007    Recipient, NIH/NIDDK Loan Repayment Program Award

2008    Recipient, NIH/NIDDK F32 National Research Service Award

2008    Recipient, NIH Trainee Participant Award for DSM-IV Eating Disorder Criteria Meeting

2008    Recipient, NIH Neuroimaging in Obesity Conference Travel Award

2008    Recipient, Columbia University CTSA Brain Imaging Core Pilot Grant Award

2008    Recipient, Columbia University CTSA Community Engagement Resource Pilot Grant Award

2009    Recipient, NY Obesity Nutrition Research Center Pilot & Feasibility Grant Award

2009    Recipient, NIH/OBSSR Trainee Participant Award for Summer Institute on the Design and Conduct of Randomized Clinical Trials Involving Behavioral Interventions

2009    Recipient, NIH/Columbia University CTSA K12 Career Development Award

2010    Accepted Nominee, Who’s Who in  America

2010    Author, the Male Body Dissatisfaction Scale; original psychological measure translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish and Turkish.

2010    Recipient, NY Obesity Nutrition Research Center Pilot & Feasibility Grant Award

2011    Recipient, The Obesity Society Research Travel Award

2012    Featured Author, NIH/NIDDK publication, entitled, “Recent Advances & Emerging Opportunities: Obesity

2012    Invited Member, Scientists Without Borders, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

2012    Best Paper Nominee, Science Unbound Foundation

2012    Selected Participant, NIH Early Career Reviewer Program

2013     Recipient, NIH/NICHD Loan Repayment Program Award.

Selected Invited Works (of 34 invited presentations, lectures and authorships)

 2003    Invited Author, APA-approved continuing education program on Treating Medical Noncompliance, presented at Pennsylvania Psychological Association conference

2005    Invited Speaker, Talk on the Relationship between Calcium and Body Weight, presented at The University of Pennsylvania Weight and Eating Disorders Center

2006    Invited Speaker, Plenary session talk on Relationship between Calcium and Body Weight, presented at The Benjamin Franklin Lafayette Seminar, Frejus, France (limited to 50 most influential obesity researchers)

2006    Invited Author, APA-approved continuing education course on Implementing a Weight Management Program, available on the Health Forum Online website

2008    Invited Speaker, Statistical Analyses for the Behavioral Sciences, presented at the Columbia University Medical Center and broadcast throughout all Columbia University affiliated hospitals.

2009    Invited Author, Scientific Program Highlights Plenary Session on the Effectiveness of Continuum as a Teaching Tool for Medical Students, presented at the American Acad of Neurology internat conference

2009    Invited Expert Panel Speaker, Plenary session panel presentation on Neural Changes associated with Obesity Surgery, presented at the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior international conference

2009    Invited Seminar Leader, Four-hour seminar on Statistical Analyses Using SPSS, presented at the Eating Disorder Research Society International Conference.

2010    Selected Debater, One of eight selected debaters on Conducting Clinical Trials, presented at the NIH/OBSSR Current Controversies in Clinical Trials Annual Meeting

2011    Invited Speaker, Talk on Neural Reward and ‘Food Addiction,’ presented at the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University

2011    Invited Speaker, Talk on Changes in Neural Responsivity following Obesity Surgery, presented at the 14th Annual Academic Retreat & Wu Lectureship at Columbia University

2012    Invited Speaker, Talk on Neural Changes Associated with Obesity Surgery, presented at the 2012 World Nutrition & Obesity Online Symposium, online.

Traineeship

1999-2000       Clinical Research Internship, National Institutes of Health, Mental Health Division, Bethesda, MD

2000-2001       Clinical Practicum Internship, University of Pennsylvania Center for Weight and Eating Disorders, Philadelphia, PA.

2002-2003       Clinical Practicum Internship, The Associates in Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.

2005-2006       Clinical Psychology Internship, University of Maryland College of Medicine/Baltimore VA Medical Center Consortium, Baltimore, MD

2006-2009       Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York, NY

2006-2009       Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Institute of Human Nutrition, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY

Academic Appointments

2003-2004       Instructor, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

2004-2006       Adjunct Professor, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

2006-2009       Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Columbia University Institute of Human Nutrition, NY

2009-2012       Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons

2011-present   Associate Research Scientist, Oregon Research Institute

2012-present   Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, Department of Pediatrics, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

2012-present   Direct of Research Development and Administration, Adolescent Health Center, Department of Pediatrics, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

 Hospital Appointments

2006-2009       Post Doctoral Research Fellow, New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center, Department of Medicine, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, NY

2010-present   Research Associate, New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center, Department of Medicine, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, NY

Other Professional Activities

 1996-1997       Research Assistant, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

1998-1999       Research Associate, University of Virginia Research Center, Charlottesville, VA

2002-2005       Behavioral Health Clinician, Hahnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

2003                Psychological Testing Coordinator, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

2003-2004       Psychological Testing Coordinator, Private Practice, Philadelphia, PA

2003-2005       Associate Therapist, Associates in Psychology, P.C., Philadelphia, PA

2004-2005       Assessment Counselor, Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital, Fort Washington, PA

2004-2006       Grant Consultant, Silvan S. Tomkins Institute, Philadelphia, PA

2010-present   Consultant, Eric Stice, PhD, Oregon Research Institute, Eugene, OR

Reviewer Activities

 Editorial Appointments

2012-present   Review Editor, Frontiers in Neurology

Manuscript Review

2005    Ad hoc co-reviewer, Obesity Research

2006    Ad hoc co-reviewer, Obesity

2007    Ad hoc reviewer, Journal of Nutrition

2008    Ad hoc reviewer, Journal of Abnormal Psychology

2009    Ad hoc reviewer, International Journal of Obesity

2010    Ad hoc reviewer, Journal of the American Medical Association

2012    Ad hoc reviewer, PLoS ONE

2012    Ad hoc reviewer, Physiology & Behavior

Grant Review

2010    External Reviewer, The Chief Scientist Office Experimental and Translational Medicine Research Committee, Scotland

2010    Reviewer, New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center Pilot & Feasibility Program

2011    Reviewer, Columbia University CTSA Brain Imaging Core

2012    Reviewer, Wellcome Trust Foundation

Abstract Review

2012    Scientific Abstract Reviewer, Society for Behavioral Medicine, Biological Mechanisms in Health and Behavior Change Track

Teaching Experience

2004    Personality Theory, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2004    Computer Assisted Data Analyses II, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2005    Eating Disorders and Obesity, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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  1. I’m an avid follower of Dr. Ochner because of his research and studies especially highlights a step-by-step approach for improving memory and protecting the brain through diet and specific dietary interventions.

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