Stephanie Harris is a registered dietitian nutritionist and an assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition. She is also the Faculty Co-Lead of the Jack, Joseph, Morton Mandel Wellness and Preventive Care Pathway in the School of Medicine. Her research interests have centered on the use of metabolomics and stable isotope techniques for new metabolite and pathway discovery, and more recently expanded to (i) dietary supplement use, motivations for use and regulation; (ii) education, knowledge and attitudes of integrative medicine among dietetics educators; and (iii) nutrition education for health care professionals. Prior to her academic career, Stephanie worked as a registered dietitian in (i) an outpatient setting, (ii) a community setting, and (iii) corporate wellness.
Stephanie has served on the Executive Committee of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine (DIFM) Dietetics Practice Group since 2013. She recently received Ohio’s 2015 Outstanding Dietetic Educator Award. Stephanie earned a BS in Nutrition, Food and Agriculture (Cornell University), an MS in nutrition (CWRU), and a PhD in nutritional biochemistry and human metabolism (CWRU).