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Abby Sauer, registered dietitian, Abbott

Areas of Expertise: general nutrition, diet trends, healthy aging, adult malnutrition, geriatric, oncology and renal nutrition.

Abby Sauer is a registered dietitian specializing in adult nutrition. She oversees a team of dietitians and nurses who provide global medical, clinical and scientific support for Abbott’s medical nutrition products. She is an expert in adult malnutrition, nutrition screening and intervention, and geriatric, oncology and renal nutrition.

Abby helps develop new product formulas by providing clinical and scientific expertise on various nutritional therapies. Since joining Abbott in 1999, she has been involved in medical affairs, clinical research and nutrition science and education initiatives.

Before Abbott, Abby worked as a clinical dietitian and provided medical nutrition therapy and counseling to hospital patients including medical-surgical patients, ICU patients, and oncology patients.

Abby is a frequent presenter on various nutrition topics and publishes nutrition articles; she serves as a member of professional nutrition organizations and work groups. Abby earned her BS in dietetics from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and completed her dietetic internship at Barnes Jewish Christian Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. She earned a Masters in Public Health from The Ohio State University.

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