Fredric Abramson, Ph.D., S.M., Esq. is Digital Nutrition’s founder and CEO. Dr. Abramson has been fortunate enough to have hands-on, real world experience in information technology systems, human genetics, business, teaching and law. He blends these to create innovative solutions.

Dr. Abramson has been an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University in the Biotechnology Master’s Progam since 1996. He teaches courses in Managerial Finance, Economics and Creating the Biotechnology Enterprise. Prior to being with Johns Hopkins, Dr. Abramson taught for the Loyola College Baltimore Executive Development Program, the Georgetown University M.B.A. program, and in Community Medicine at the University of Kentuck College of Medicine.

Dr. Abramson received his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania (Mathematical Biology and English), his M.S. from the University of Rochester (Biology), his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan (Human Genetics and Population Planning), his S.M. (Management) from MIT, where he was an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow, and his J.D. from American University. He is admitted to the United States Patent Office and the United States Supreme Court.