Hi, I’m Christy.
I’m an outdoor enthusiast, wife, microbiome nerd, and lifelong learner. I’ve also worn the hats of laboratory immunologist, public health professional and writer. Currently I’m a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Utah with a steadfast love for written word.
I earned my PhD from the University of Arizona studying the role of microbes in our gut during inflammation, and went on to work in the New York City Public Health Lab as a postdoctoral fellow, where I bent my work toward improving global lab systems. Currently I blend both of those worlds in cholera immuno-epidemiology at the University of Utah. I am passionate about what data says about who we are, and how science provides groundwork for us to help one another, better ourselves and create more holistically healthy societies.
All the best,
Christy Harrison Clutter
To see my work with the American Society for Microbiology:
I’m not super active on social media these days, but feel free to check out my Twitter feed (@christyhclutter)