DEGREES AND AWARDS:

  • Ph.D., exercise physiology, Oregon State University, Linus Pauling Institute
  • M.S., nutrition science, Oregon State University, Linus Pauling Institute
  • 2003 Young Investigator Award, Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine
  • 2003 Lester Packer Young Investigator Award, Oxygen Club of California
  • 1999-2001 Linus Pauling Institute Fellowship
  • 2001-2004 NIH FundedGraduate Research Assistantship, Linus Pauling Institute

AFFILIATIONS:

  • Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine
  • American College of Sports Medicine
  • American Society of Nutrition
  • International Coenzyme Q10 Association (IQA)

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

  • Antioxidants (particularly vitamins E and C)
  • Oxidative stress
  • Exercise Physiology/Sports Nutrition

MEDIA CONTACTS:

  • Kara Schneck
    Phone: 801-345-2116
    email: kschneck@nuskin.com
  • Jordan Karpowitz
    Phone: 801-345-2187
    email: jkarpowitz@nuskin.com

ANGELA MASTALOUDIS, PH.D.

SENIOR SCIENTIST, GLOBAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, PHARMANEX

"What I am really passionate about is the complex manner in which physical activity and optimal nutrition interact to promote wellness, enhance quality of life and delay the negative effects of aging"

Dr. Angela Mastaloudis specializes in oxidative stress and antioxidants, particularly vitamins E and C. Her research has focused on topics relating to vitamins E and C and their effects on endurance exercise-induced oxidative stress.

Mastaloudis earned her master's in nutrition science and her doctorate in exercise physiology from Oregon State University in 2004. She has been published extensively in Free Radical Biology and Medicine, as well as other scholarly publications. Lecture topics include oxidative stress and the antioxidant network, sports nutrition, nutrition science and body composition assessment.

Currently, Mastaloudis is a senior scientist in global research and development for Pharmanex. Her role includes ideation and new product innovation and continuous research involving improvements and upgrades to some of the company's leading products including LIfePak Family products, Marine Omega, Optimum Omega and g3.

ANGELA MASTALOUDIS, PH.D.

SENIOR SCIENTIST, GLOBAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, PHARMANEX

"What I am really passionate about is the complex manner in which physical activity and optimal nutrition interact to promote wellness, enhance quality of life and delay the negative effects of aging"

Dr. Angela Mastaloudis specializes in oxidative stress and antioxidants, particularly vitamins E and C. Her research has focused on topics relating to vitamins E and C and their effects on endurance exercise-induced oxidative stress.

Mastaloudis earned her master's in nutrition science and her doctorate in exercise physiology from Oregon State University in 2004. She has been published extensively in Free Radical Biology and Medicine, as well as other scholarly publications. Lecture topics include oxidative stress and the antioxidant network, sports nutrition, nutrition science and body composition assessment.

Currently, Mastaloudis is a senior scientist in global research and development for Pharmanex. Her role includes ideation and new product innovation and continuous research involving improvements and upgrades to some of the company's leading products including LIfePak Family products, Marine Omega, Optimum Omega and g3.