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Nicole Sanner, RDN, CSP, LDN

Current Position: Dietitian, Naval Health Clinic Patuxent River, Patuxent River, MD

Nicole Sanner is a pediatric dietitian who maintains status as a board certified specialist in pediatric nutrition and has experience providing nutrition care to children of all ages. She developed feeding protocols for children and adolescents hospitalized with medical complications of disordered eating and has co-authored the eating disorders section of the Pediatric Nutrition Care Manual. She is published in the area of pediatric oncology and serves on the editorial board of Oncology Nutrition Connection, a newsletter of the Oncology Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group. She was recently elected to serve as Chair-Elect of the Pediatric Nutrition Practice Group. Sanner received her Bachelor of Science degree from the Pennsylvania State University and is pursuing a Master of Science degree from the University of Alabama as a part-time distance learning student.  Sanner currently works in the primary care setting where she provides care to members of the armed services and their families.