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Helen Delichatsios, MD, SM is a clinician-educator at Massachusetts General Hospital. Helen has developed educational tools on nutrition which she applies with her patients in her busy practice and to teach her medical students and residents. Her research interests and publications concern effective nutrition and obesity counseling methods in the primary care office, and she runs shared medical appointments for patients with metabolic disorders with an emphasis on self-management and teaching through cooking. At Harvard Medical School, Helen directed the preventive medicine and nutrition course and led the transition to the new clinical nutrition course. On the nutrition curriculum committee, she strives to increase nutrition and obesity education in all four years of medical school and graduate medical education. Helen runs faculty development sessions on nutrition education, including physician self-health. A graduate of Cornell University Medical College, Helen completed her residency at Cornell New York Hospital and earned a master of science degree in epidemiology at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. Helen is active in her town’s wellness committee to improve nutrition and health in schools. (Boston, MA)