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Sara DiCecco, MS, RDN, LD, CCTD


Current Postion: Clinical dietitian and Instructor in Nutrition at the Mayo Clinic

DiCecco has worked with solid organ transplant candidates and recipients for much of her career as both an inpatient and outpatient dietitian as well as practicing nutrition support. In this role, she has led or participated in a variety of research initiatives on nutrition assessment, vitamin and mineral nutriture, and obesity and the role of bariatric surgery in liver transplantation. She has written or contributed to over 20 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters as well as presented nationally on a variety of transplant nutrition topics. A special interest includes food safety as it pertains to transplant recipients. As a member of DNS, she is the guest editor for the December 2018 Supportline issue on transplant topics and has been a reviewer for Nutrition in Clinical Practice and Transplantation. DiCecco received a BA from Luther College in Biology and a MS in Nutrition and Food Science from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.