Stephanie Cook uses her expertise in Medical Nutrition Therapy and experience working with different demographics to provide the best plan of care for each individual. Her passion and clinical nutrition background, combined with her love for food, allow her to help clients reach all of their health goals.
Stephanie graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in
Nutrition and Dietetics with a focus in nutritional science.
She then completed her Dietetic Internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
Following the internship, Stephanie worked as a temporary Clinical Dietitian at Women and Infant’s Hospital where she taught
weekly weight loss classes to breast and ovarian cancer survivors. Stephanie is now beginning a new role
as a Clinical Oncology Dietitian at Dana Farber Cancer Institute at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center.
Throughout her dietetics training, Stephanie has co-taught nutrition courses as well as science courses
at the University of Rhode Island and has participated in various research studies. Her specialties include
Oncology, Obstetrics, Women’s Health, and general weight loss counseling.
Stephanie is committed to health and fitness, both as a career and a lifestyle. In her free time, she likes
cooking, trying new restaurants, and running. She loves traveling and enjoys the beach whenever she
gets the chance.