Cass Nelson-Dooley has served as a Clinical Support Specialist at Metametrix since January of 2006, educating clinicians in interpretation of laboratory data for prevention and treatment of disease. She is the Research Coordinator for the Metametrix Institute and is co-author of "Nutrient and Toxic Elements" in Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine. At the University of Georgia, she completed a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Ethnobotany and a Master of Science in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences with an emphasis on Ethnopharmacology. During her time as a research pharmacologist at UGA and AptoTec, Inc, Ms. Nelson-Dooley published in journals such as The Journal of Nutrition, Obesity Research, and Current Medicinal Chemistry. She has presented to both national and international audiences on the topics of disease prevention, drug discovery research, and obesity and osteoporosis. Ms. Nelson-Dooley received the Fulbright Scholar award to study in Bocas del Toro, Panama.