November 7th Speaker
Dr. Christopher Browne holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, a Bachelor of Science in human biology, a Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, and is a doctor of chiropractic. He has taught physical medicine, orthopedics and clinical nutrition to doctoral students and has supervised interns delivering patient care. He is the Associate Director of the Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine Master of Science program at the University of Western States in Portland Oregon, and strives to empower people to understanding how our actions affect our health. He joins us to explain the physiology of gratitude from thought to physical manifestation, as well as how our guts influence our emotions and our health.