Christian Cahoon is a graduate of Utah State University, where he majored in Biochemistry with a minor in Public Health. He has a passion for biochemistry and public health, which he has pursued through academic excellence, research, service, and teaching.
Christian has research experience in the field of pain. He contributed to several NIH-funded studies focused on post-surgical chronic pain and fibromyalgia in the Taylor Research Lab at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He has experience in healthcare administration and global health, working as a Public Health Intern for the Home Hospital Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and as a Unite for Sight Global Impact Fellow in Ghana.
Aside from his academic pursuits, Christian has a deep love for nature and enjoys spending time outdoors. He is an avid fly fisherman, skier and rock climber. He enjoys spending time with his wife Emily and taking his dog, Boston, on long walks. As a Massachusetts native, Christian is also a passionate fan of Boston sports teams, especially the Red Sox.