Arianna Carughi, Ph.D., C.N.S.
Dr. Carughi received her B.A. in Biology/Ecology and
Conservation from Vassar College, her Master of Sciences degree in Human
Nutrition from Columbia University, and her Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences
from the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Carughi also holds
the title of Fellow at Stanford University for her postdoctoral research,
and the title of Certified Nutrition Specialist (C.N.S.), from the American
College of Nutrition. The recipient of the International Institute of
Education Scholarship, Dr. Carughi has received numerous fellowships,
grants, and honors, including the Neizer Fellowship from Stanford University
and a National Institute of Health (NIH) research grant in experimental
Dr. Carughi’s research has been published in numerous scientific
journals and presented at prestigious scientific conferences. As a researcher
in nutritional biochemistry at Columbia, Berkeley, and Stanford Universities,
Dr. Carughi focused on the role that nutrients play in growth and development.
Fluent in English, Spanish, and Italian, and with extensive contacts
within the international scientific community, Dr. Carughi believes
strongly that a fundamental purpose of scientific research is to contribute
to creating new products that have the potential to literally change
people’s lives for the better.