Nattha Wannissorn - PHD (MOLECULAR GENETICS) - Writer at Selfhacked

Nattha Wannissorn

Nattha received her Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics from the University of Toronto and her undergraduate degree in Molecular and Computational Biology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Aside from having spent 15 years in biomedical research and health sciences, Nattha is also a registered holistic nutritionist, a certified personal trainer, has a precision nutrition level 1 certification, and is a certified functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner. As a holistic practitioner with a strong science background, Nattha is an advocate of science literacy in health topics and self-experimentation.
Favorite biohacks: sauna, red/infrared light, and magnesium.
Role: Science reviewer/writer

Articles by Nattha Wannissorn

Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Genetic Factors
Multiple Sclerosis Genes, Epidemiology & Prevention
Multiple Sclerosis (MS): Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis
11 Factors That Disrupt the Blood-Brain Barrier
Multiple Sclerosis (MS): Diets & Complementary Approaches
19 Potential Ways to Stimulate Synaptic Plasticity
Synaptic Plasticity: How It Works And Why It’s So Important
12 IBD (Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s) Contributing Factors
Thyroid Hormones (T3, T4): Roles, Functions, High/Low Levels