For only $295
The Foundations in Nutrigenomics course was developed to provide a global platform for the provision of progressive, cutting-edge, and credible nutrigenomics education for all health professionals. This course is designed for health practitioners, educators and scientists, providing the training required to interpret a client’s nutrigenetic results and transition them into personalized food solutions.
What content is covered?
The introductory eleven-module course provides a review of relevant nutritional biochemistry and current nutrigenetic science, the use of commercial tests, and the interpretation of nutrigenetic results for patients.
Each module includes recommended readings and resources, videos, a power point based lecture, and an online quiz. All the content is online
How long does it take
The Foundations course will take approximately 50-60 hours, between two to three weeks full-time or approximately two to three months part-time. You have 3 months to complete the course from date of enrollment.
What certificate will the
Students will receive a certificate from 3X4 Education, signed by
both Dr Yael Joffe and Dr Christine Houghton.
About the Instructors
Dr Yael JoffeChief Scientific Officer
You know that adage, so and so has forgotten more about [insert subject here] than you will ever know? In Yael’s case we suspect that it might be true. Yael blasted past Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hours and kept on going on her relentless journey to master the emerging field of nutrigenetics.
Yael has done it all, and we really mean that. She started out her life as a budding architect and ended up as a world-renowned scientist. She is a force to be reckoned with in the genomics world and boldly leads the science team at 3X4 on the journey to build clinically useful products that are shaping the future of healthcare.
Dr Christine Houghton(PhD, BSc, R.Nutr)
Christine holds a PhD in Nutrigenomics and a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of Queensland, Australia. She is a registered Nutritionist as well as an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Queensland.
After practising Nutritional Medicine for 3 decades, Christine focused on utilising her extensive clinical experience to research, develop and teach other clinicians.
In addition to her scientific and lay publications, she authored “Switched On – Harnessing the Power of Nutrigenomics to Optimise Health” and is the co-author of two courses in Nutrigenomics for practising clinicians.