"Complete health involves physiological, psychological, emotional, spiritual and financial aspects. All of these play a role in well-being. I use the latest science, coupled with individual needs to guide people on their journey towards optimal health. Communicating the 'scientific-why' behind medical strategies empowers individuals to make more healthful decisions based on their own unique set of circumstances."
"The science of medicine is complex and ever changing. Plus, the availability of medical information is overwhelming. My ability to interpret, integrate and communicate the tsunami of medical science information into practical easy-to-understand solutions is something I excel at and thoroughly enjoy."
Martina M. Cartwright, Ph.D., R.D.
Martina Cartwright is a registered dietitian (R.D.) with a Ph.D. in Nutritional Science and Biomolecular Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has 20 + years experience in medical education, scientific research and clinical practice in both the academic and pharmaceutical settings. Dr. Cartwright's research, education and clinical interests include intensive care medicine/surgery/trauma, eating disorders and cardiovascular/wellness; she has published in peer-reviewed medical journals on topics such as developmental biology, genetics, sepsis, eating disorders and immunonutrition therapy. Dr. Cartwright has assisted over 35 US-based start up companies with their research design and FDA compliance training. Martina has served on several bioterrorism preparedness committees and is an expert in aspects of critical care.
Earlier in her career, Martina served as a nutrition consultant to the Cirque Du Soleil in Las Vegas, and she was a nutritionist for the Las Vegas Canyon Ranch Spa. A contributor to articles featured in Redbook and Health, Martina continues to be a featured presenter at scientific-medical conferences and symposia. Among her passions are teaching, public speaking and working with critically ill children. She is the author/publisher of a children’s book entitled The Angel Academy: A Tale of Heavenly Spirits in Training. Dr. Cartwright is an adjunct faculty member within the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Arizona, and she works as an independent biomedical research/medical/regulatory affairs consultant and author in Scottsdale Arizona.