Co-author on dozens of biochemical research publications, Sheryl enjoys breaking down the scientifically complicated into easy to understand and digest pieces for the general public. She enjoys helping people make informed decisions about their health and healthcare based on greater understanding of their medical issues.
Sheryl prides herself on living simply and savors spending time with her family. A Vermont native, she anxiously awaits flower gardening weather each year and being able to dig in the dirt.
Last Updated: January 9, 2014
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