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Diane Elaine Black

Diane Elaine Black, American dietician. Certified Diabetes Educator 2004. Recipient assitantship School Public Health, University Pittsburgh, 1986; Nutriton Research Dietetic Practice Group award, 1992, 94; Kraft General Foods fellow, 1991-1992, 92-93. Member American Society Clinical Nutritionists, American Dietetic Association, Nutrition Research Dietetic Practice Group, Sigma Xi.

Background

Black, Diane Elaine was born on November 20, 1957 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of Elmer Daniel and Jean Helen (Zeilfelder) Black.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Administrative Dietetics, Pennsylvania State University, 1979. Master of Science in Clinical Dietetics/Nutrition, University Pittsburgh, 1982. Postgraduate, Drexel University, 1995.

Career

Clinical dietitian Reading (Pennsylvania) Hospital and Medical Center, 1983-1986. Nutritional consultant Pittsburgh Dietetic Association Weight Reduction Medical Clinic, Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, 1987. Clinical dietitian Veterans Administration Medical Center, Coatesville, 1987-1989.

Chief clinical dietitian Morrison's Custom Management, Lancaster, 1989-1990. Clinical dietitian Norristown (Pennsylvania) State Hospital, 1990-2000. Member care coordinator American Healthways, Phoenix, 2000—2005.

Outpatient dietitian, certified diabetes educator Iasis Healthcare at St. Luke's Medical Center. Instructor Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) Dietetic Association, 1988-1990, Spring Garden College, Philadelphia, 1991, Eastern College, 1996. Research assistant Bioscience and biotechnology department Drexel University, Philadelphia, 1991, 92.

Consultant Medi-Slim Weight Reduction Clinic, Exton, Pennsylvania, 1990-1991, Phoenixville (Pennsylvania) Hospital, 1990. R.D. network consultant, since 1990. Consultant Southwest Bariatric Nutrition Center, since 2003.

Cons Trinity Hospice, since 2004.

Membership

Member American Society Clinical Nutritionists, American Dietetic Association, Nutrition Research Dietetic Practice Group, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Scott Martin Manson, February 17, 1990.