Diane Habash, PhD, RD

Diane Habash, PhD, RD has several roles at The Ohio State University as a teacher and researcher. She teaches on topics of nutrition & physical assessment and nutrigenomics and mentors student thesis projects.

Diane Habash, PhD, RD is a Bionutrition Research Manager and Clinical Faculty at The Ohio State University.

Dr. Habash oversees research assessments for diet, fitness, metabolic rate and body composition for protocols at the OSU Clinical Research Center. Her research involves a variety of studies designed to improve health outcomes in vulnerable populations, seeking to understand the health impact of “diabetes-friendly” diets for people with diabetes.

In addition to contributing to Study Notes, Dr. Habash serves as a volunteer dietitian for clients at a free clinic in Columbus, Ohio, and she provides input and suggestions to local non-profit organizations as a Board member.

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