Eleah Stringer is a registered dietitian at BC Cancer – Victoria and a board certified specialist in oncology nutrition through the Academy of Nutrition of Dietetics with a research interest in diet modifications that trigger metabolic adaptations with potential implications in cancer prevention and control. This interest is motivated by patient-identified needs for up-to-date, accessible and translatable nutrition information. Eleah conducts research that applies an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the intersection of metabolism, dietary profiles, and the gut microbiome. This research holds the potential to uncover acceptable and feasible nutrition interventions that are clinically beneficial, safe and less toxic than medical treatment and can be used in adjunct to standard of care. Eleah currently leads and collaborates on research funded through the BC Cancer Foundation, and has a special interest in health equity research aimed at engaging patients in their health decisions.
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Partner(s) Lotte & John Hecht Memorial Foundation