Kristen holds a masters degree in Physician Assistant Studies and is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and is licensed in Washington State. Prior to graduate school, she completed her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, with an emphasis on chemistry and biological studies. Throughout her education and clinical training, she developed a passion for preventative medicine which led her to the Cooper Center for Metabolism.
She has undergone rigorous training under Dr. Cooper in methodology to address metabolic dysfunction. She has developed a strong knowledge base and collaborates closely with Dr. Cooper to provide outstanding care to patients suffering from metabolic syndrome, obesity or infertility. Kristen is dedicated to providing individualized patient care, preventing disease, and achieving long-term health goals.
Kristen spends some of her time working on the Diabesity Institute program portfolio and her participation is an important contribution to the research and health care provider training programs.