Charlotte is a NIH Predoctoral Trainee in Maternal and Child Nutrition in the Division of Nutritional Sciences, with a focus in Human Nutrition and minors in Epidemiology and Human Development. Her research interests span maternal-child nutrition, child development, and cognition. Charlotte's dissertation project focuses on the effects of choline intake during pregnancy and lactation on child memory, attention, and IQ at 7 years of age.
American Society for Nutrition (2013-present): Member
AAAS (2015-present): Member
NS 1150: Nutrition, Health, and Society (Fall 2014, TA)
NS 1220: Nutrition and the Life Cycle (Spring 2016, TA)
NS 3320: Methods in Nutritional Sciences (Fall 2015, TA)
NS 3410: Anatomy and Physiology (Spring 2015, TA)
BS, Nutritional Sciences & Psychology, Schreyer Honors College, The Pennsylvania State University, 2013