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Dr. Fahey is a nutritional biochemist with extensive background in plant and human nutrition and phytochemistry. Dr. Fahey was an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins Medical School, where he directed the Cullman Chemoprotection Center, a leading center for the study and development of plant-based protective agents.

He had faculty appointments in three departments at Johns Hopkins Schools of Medicine and Public Health where he conducted laboratory and clinical trials, taught graduate courses, and mentored students since 1993. He spent the first 15 years of his career in agricultural biotechnology research and industrial process development. Dr. Fahey “retired” in mid-2020 to focus his attention entirely on outreach and educational efforts which include podcasts, writing, and lecturing widely. He maintains adjunct appointments at JHU and elsewhere and may be available to consult for socially responsible food and supplement companies and foundations.

Among the companies for which Dr. Fahey presently consults, are:
Brassica Protection Products, which he co-founded over two decades ago, develops nutritional ingredients from cruciferous vegetables. They provide their naturally-sourced glucoraphanin (TrueBroc) as a source of sulforaphane to the leading manufacturers for nutritional supplements, beverages and foods.

He has long been a scientific advisor to Kuli Kuli, the leading moringa brand in the US. He loves adding their moringa powder to his various homemade recipes and drinking moringa herbal tea in the afternoon for a caffeine-free energy boost. He is also a big fan of Kuli Kuli’s low-sugar, plant-based chocolate SuperBark.

Vitamin & Me was founded by a former student of his who is focused on the health of women everywhere. She had both the training and passion to do something about it. The Vitamin & Me team of experts created a unique evidence-based matching system to ensure you get matched to the vitamin brand that’s just right for you, and then helps to provide it, but they do not manufacture their own vitamins. Dr. Fahey was recently interviewed for 2 podcasts for the Vitamin & Me podcast series.

FoodNerd is a new company with a mission Fahey is passionate about. They develop and sell products designed to help people shed their dependence and fascination with the center isles of the grocery store (the ultraprocessed foods that are degrading our health in stealth fashion by contributing mightily to the increasing burden of chronic disease). FoodNerd is pioneering fresh sprouted seed based shelf-stable products, and they’re passionate about making raw megafoods more convenient and delicious. That’s a mouthful, but it’s a very healthy mouthful.

Jed W. Fahey, M.S., Sc.D.
Assistant Professor [Retired; now Adjunct]
Johns Ho
pkins University School of Medicine
Department of Medicine, Division of Clinical Pharmacology
Department of Pharmacology & Molecular Sciences
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Director
The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chemoprotection Center
Adjunct Investigator
iMIND Hopkins
Affiliate Faculty
George Mason University College of Health and Human Services
Department of Nutrition and Food Studies

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