Charlotte Bahnfleth


Charlotte Bahnfleth

Graduate Student
213 Weill Hall
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Biographical Statement:

Charlotte is a member of the Strupp lab in the Division of Nutritional Sciences with a focus in Human Nutrition and minors in Epidemiology and Human Development. Her research interests focus on the intersection of nutrition and psychology. Specifically, she is interested in how nutrition can be used to improve and optimize cognitive and behavioral development in children. Charlotte's dissertation project will focus on the effects of prenatal and lactational choline supplementation on offspring memory, attention, affect regulation, and HPA axis reactivity during early childhood.

Current Professional Activities:

American Society for Nutrition (2013-current): Member


BS, Nutritional Sciences with Honors, The Pennsylvania State University, 2013

BS, Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2013

Courses Taught:

NS 1150: Nutrition, Health, and Society (Fall 2014, TA)

NS 1220: Nutrition and the Life Cycle (Spring 2016, TA)

NS 3320: Methods in Nutritional Sciences (Fall 2015, TA)

NS 3410: Anatomy and Physiology (Spring 2015, TA)

Selected Keywords:
choline cognitive development HPA axis

The information on this bio page is taken from the CHE Annual Report.