Dr. Tim N. Ziegenfuss

PhD, FISSN, CSCS – Chief Scientific Officer

An internationally recognized author, speaker, and researcher with expertise in exercise science, dietary supplements, nutrition, and sports performance, Dr. Tim Ziegenfuss is the Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of the Center for Applied Health Sciences. He is a past President (2009-2011) and Fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Chair of the Sports Nutrition and Exercise Science program at Huntington College of Health Sciences. Dr. Ziegenfuss earned a Bachelor of Science from Lock Haven University (Magna Cum Laude, Health Sciences), a Master of Science from Purdue University (Exercise Physiology), and a Doctorate from Kent State University (Exercise Physiology, cognates in Nutrition and Statistics). During his five-year tenure as a professor, he taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in exercise physiology, metabolism, body composition, anatomy, physiology, path physiology, and sports nutrition.

In addition to publishing over 35 scientific papers, 7 book chapters, and more than 600 articles in mainstream magazines, Dr. Ziegenfuss has been quoted in Scientific American and made presentations in Washington DC on behalf of the dietary supplement industry. Because of his unique ability to connect the dots between dietary supplements, nutritional habits, and physical activity within academic, industry, and legal channels, Tim is routinely sought after by top 25 print media and as a consultant to top supplement companies, raw material manufacturers, elite athletes, and high-level executives.

Dr. Ziegenfuss is also a renowned scientific advisor to the U.S. Sports Nutrition market. His input has led to the creation of products that currently grace the shelves of every major retailer in a dozen countries around the world, accounting for millions of dollars in revenues.