Associate Professor, Basic Sciences
Dr. Marc McRae has been a faculty member at NUHS since 2002. Dr. McRae teaches human biochemistry, nutritional biochemistry and medical genomics in the College of Professional Studies, and also teaches organic chemistry and human physiology in the College of Allied Health Sciences. He graduated summa cum laude with his DC in 2001 from National University of Health Sciences, and was the class valedictorian.
Dr. McRae attained diplomates from both the American College of Nutrition and the American Clinical Board of Nutrition in 2003, and was later conferred as a fellow of the American College of Nutrition in 2006.
Since 2002, Dr. McRae has published 16 research papers and 11 abstracts in peer-reviewed journals. The majority of these research publications are in the field of nutrition, while others are on education research. One of his education research papers was awarded the "Best Paper Award in Education Research" at the 2009 ACC-RAC annual conference. Dr. McRae's current research focus is in the development of a data base that will accumulate all published meta-analyses on all vitamins and minerals.