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Sara Mahdavi is a Scientific and Clinical Advisor to Industry, Government and Health Care Systems. 

Dr. Sara Mahdavi is a Research Fellow and International Scholar at Harvard University School of Public Health and a clinical scientist and adjunct professor at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. She received her doctorate from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto in the field of gene-environment interactions and cardiometabolic disease. She also has a master of science in exercise physiology and a Licensed Nutritionist Dietitian. She had been practicing clinical dietetics for over a decade at several hospitals as well as private practices. She has been a consultant and an invited speaker at medical conferences, health systems, and government agencies. She has developed several initiatives and programs to enhance clinical education for physicians and other healthcare providers internationally. She has published numerous original scientific articles in top peer-reviewed medical journals, and has been an invited reviewer for several clinical journals while serving on the editorial board. She has also served as an international science advisory boards of industry and educational institutions in genetics, dermatology, aesthetic medicine and internal medicine.


Her clinical research and practice have applications in longevity medicine that include; early insulin sensitivity, kidney disease, rare and prevalent genetic polymorphisms, fertility health, caffeine metabolism, innovative dermatological interventions, and regenerative medicine with an emphasis on utilizing precision medicine, artificial inelegance and advanced nutrition applications.  

Her passion and expertise lie in uncovering links between genetic and environmental factors that lead to improved health outcomes and enhance motivations for lifestyle modifications by individuals, local and global communities.


Dr Sara's Latest Publication: 

Link between coffee and kidney disease may depend on a common genetic variant

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