Chris Case

About Chris Case

Chris attended Colgate University and graduated with degrees in neuroscience and art & art history. He then spent three years at the National Institute of Mental Health conducting research on patients with schizophrenia, in one of the world’s largest multidisciplinary studies of the disease. After another year of research, in which he worked on a stem cell treatment model for Parkinson’s disease, he decided to pursue his second passion. This led him to the graduate journalism program at the University of Texas at Austin. After receiving his degree, he worked in journalism before serving as the first creative director for the Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum, then as editor-in-chief of Trail & Timberline, the magazine of the Colorado Mountain Club. Chris then went back into clinical research, working on a genetic study of mood disorders in adolescents and another study which looked at factors contributing to pre-psychotic symptoms in college-age students. In 2012, Chris became the managing editor of VeloNews magazine, a position he held for nearly eight years. Chris is the author of “The Haywire Heart”, a groundbreaking and critically important guide to heart care for athletes, and the first book to delve into the relationship between long-term endurance athletics and heart health. Chris is COO of The Paleo Diet as well as cofounder of Fast Labs, with Trevor Connor.

The Paleo Position on COVID-19: Helping You Find the Answers

  As the world comes to terms with the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, a great deal of misinformation is appearing on the Internet that both over-hypes, in some cases,

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