Dr. Kathleen Richardson serves as the managing editor for the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention. Kathleen completed her undergraduate work at Wake Forest University in the area of Health and Exercise Science and immediately went on to do a Master's degree at the University of Pittsburgh in Health and Physical activity. After working on an obstetric research team at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, she went on to complete her doctoral work in Kinesiology, Exercise, Nutrition, and Health Promotion at Baylor University. In addition to her role at the IJDRP, Kathleen is also completing a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Health, Human Performance, and Recreation at Baylor University. Her areas of expertise include exercise physiology, nutrition, plant-based diets, exercise performance, chronic diseases, metabolic syndrome, chronic kidney disease, epidemiology, and statistics.
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