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Jaqueline Vernarelli, PhD

Jaqueline Vernarelli, PhD

Jaqueline Vernarelli, PhD, stands at the forefront of nutritional epidemiology, pioneering research that unravels the intricate relationship between dietary habits, lifestyle choices and overall health outcomes. With a career dedicated to understanding the profound impact of diet on public health, she has emerged as a leading figure in the field, shaping policies and practices that promote wellness and prevent disease.

Throughout her career, Dr. Jacqueline Vernarelli, MS, PhD, has been driven by a passion for translating scientific insights into tangible solutions that improve health outcomes for individuals and communities alike. She completed her graduate training at Georgetown University and Boston University School of Medicine, followed by postdoctoral training at Penn State.

She currently serves as Director for Research Education in the College of Health Professions at Sacred Heart University, where she is MPH Program Director and an Associate Professor of Public Health. In this capacity, she is dedicated to advancing knowledge and fostering collaboration for the current and future generations of researchers and practitioners, ensuring a healthier, more resilient world for generations to come.

Beyond academia, she is a sought-after consultant, serving various organizations with her commitment to applying rigorous scientific methodologies to real-world challenges. Her work provides meaningful contributions to an increasingly complex health landscape, advocating for evidence-based interventions that promote well-being and equity.

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