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Hire Nina Cherie F.
United States
USD 150 /hr

Healthy Lifestyle Expert & Consultant | Public Speaker | Writer & Commentator

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Work Experience

Healthy Lifestyle Expert & Consultant


May 2017 - Present

Health, Wellness & Fitness Consultant

Complete Health Solutions

May 2002 - May 2017

Research Assistant Professor

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2014 - August 2016

Nutrition & Health Expert Writer


February 2013 - June 2015

Postdoctoral Research Associate

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2012 - August 2014

Graduate Research Assistant

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2006 - August 2012

Exercise Physiologist (Student Intern)

Mercy Hospital and Medical Center

June 2005 - May 2006

Club Manager, Personal Trainer & Group Exercise Instructor

Regents Park Health Club

February 2003 - August 2004

Personal Training Manager & Group Exercise Instructor

Bally Sports Club

August 2001 - August 2002


Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Kinesiology, Nutrition and Rehabilitation

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2006 - August 2012

Master of Science (MS), Movement Science

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2004 - May 2006

Master of Science (MS), Movement Science

Soma Institute: The National School of Clinical Massage Therapy

April 2003 - August 2004

Bachelor of Science (BS), Kinesiology

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

August 1998 - August 2002

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Milani, R.V., Franklin, N.C.(2017). The Role of Technology in Healthy Living Medicine . Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases. 59. (5). p. 487-491.
Robinson, A.T., Franklin, N.C., Norkeviciute, E., Bian, J.T., Babana, J.C., Szczurek, M.R., Phillips, S.A.(2016). Improved arterial flow-mediated dilation after exertion involves hydrogen peroxide in overweight and obese adults following aerobic exercise training . Journal of Hypertension. 34. (7). p. 1309-1316.
Franklin, N.C., Arena, R.(2016). Personalized Weight Management Interventions for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction: A Viable Option for African-American Women . Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases. 58. (6). p. 595-604.
Pratt, M., Franklin, N.C.(2016). Technology and Public Health: New Tools and Perspectives . Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases. 58. (6). p. 674-675.
Franklin, N.C., Pratt, M.(2016). Let's Face It: Consumer-Focused Technology Is the Future of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Treatment . Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases. 58. (6). p. 577-578.
Franklin, N.C., Lavie, C.J., Arena, R.A.(2015). Personal health technology: A new era in cardiovascular disease prevention . Postgraduate Medicine. 127. (2). p. 150-158.
Bouchard, C., Antunes-Correa, L.M., Ashley, E.A., Franklin, N., Hwang, P.M., Mattsson, C.M., Negrao, C.E., Phillips, S.A., Sarzynski, M.A., Wang, P.-Y., et al.(2015). Personalized Preventive Medicine: Genetics and the Response to Regular Exercise in Preventive Interventions . Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases. 57. (4). p. 337-346.
Franklin, N.C.(2015). Technology to promote and increase physical activity in heart failure . Heart Failure Clinics. 11. (1). p. 173-182.
Franklin, N.C., Robinson, A.T., Bian, J.-T., Ali, M.M., Norkeviciute, E., McGinty, P., Phillips, S.A.(2015). Circuit resistance training attenuates acute exertion-induced reductions in arterial function but not inflammation in obese women . Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders. 13. (5). p. 227-234.
Franklin, N.C., Ali, M., Goslawski, M., Wang, E., Phillips, S.A.(2014). Reduced vasodilator function following acute resistance exercise in obese women . Frontiers in Physiology. 5 JUL.
Franklin, N.C., Ali, M.M., Robinson, A.T., Norkeviciute, E., Phillips, S.A.(2014). Massage therapy restores peripheral vascular function after exertion . Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 95. (6). p. 1127-1134.
Franklin, N.C., Tate, C.A.(2009). Lifestyle and Successful Aging: An Overview . American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. 3. (1). p. 6-11.
Franklin, N.C., Phillips, S.A.(2013). The vascular endothelium: A conduit by which aerobic exercise reduces cardiovascular disease risk . Aerobic Exercise: Health Benefits, Types and Common Misconceptions. p. 137-153.