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Clara Jean Poulos was American nutritionist. Registered nutritionist, certified hypnotherapist, clinical densitometry technician, diabetes education. Recipient Najulander International Research award, 1971, Wainwright Foundation award, 1979, various state and local awards.


Poulos, Clara Jean was born on January 1, 1941 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of James P. and Clara Georgie (Creighton) Hill.


Doctor of Philosophy in Biology, Florida State Christian U., 1974. Doctor of Philosophy inNutrition, Lafayette U., 1984. D in Nutritional Medicine, Hearts of Jesus and Mary College, 1986.

Certified in Diabetes Education.


Director research Leapou Laboratory, Aptos, California, 1973—1976, Monterey Bay Research Institute, Santa Cruz, 1976—2001. Nutrition specialist, 1975—2001. Director nutritional services, health enhancement, lifestyle planning, 1983—1997.

Chief technical and research Osteoporosis Diagnostic Center, 2000—2004. Chief technical research Osteoporosis Care Center, San Jose, 2001—2007. Instructor Stoddard Associates Seminars.

Consultant Biol-Medical Laboratory, Chicago, Nutra-Med Research Corporation, New York, Akorn-Miller Pharmacal, Chicago. Consultant Threshold Laboratory Monterey Bay Aquaculture Farms, California. Consultant Resurrection Laboratory, California.


Fellow: International Academy Nutritional Consultants, American Nutritionist Association, International College Applied Nutrition. Member: American Association for the Advancement of Science, International Fishery Association (health associate), California Academy of Sciences, American Public Health Association, American Heart Association (president Santa Cruz branch 1990-1991), International Platform Society, American Diabetes Association (professional, president Santa Cruz chapter, editor newsletter The Daily Balance Santa Cruz chapter, secretary Northern California chapter), MUSE-Computer Users Group, American Women's Bowling Association, Quota, Toastmistress.


Married Themis Poulos, January 31, 1960.