Amandine Chaix Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Amandine completed her MS in Immunology and PhD in Biology in Marseille France. Amandine moved to the United States for her postdoc in Dr. Panda lab at The Salk Institute in San Diego. As a postdoc fellow, she explored the relationship between the circadian clock and nutrition. In particular, her work focused on exploring the benefits of time-restricted feeding (TRF) in preclinical models of obesity and metabolic disease. In January 2021, she became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nutrition & Integrative Physiology at The University of Utah.