Kelly Hogan is the Clinical Nutrition and Wellness Manager at the Dubin Breast Center of the Mount Sinai Hospital. She received her undergraduate degree in journalism from Northeastern University and her nutrition education, training, and Master of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University.
As the Clinical Nutrition and Wellness Manager at the Dubin Breast Center, Kelly sees patients for 1:1 and group nutrition consultations and focuses on a variety of nutrition-related topics such as nutrition before, during, and after cancer treatment and is a strong advocate of a Mediterranean plant-based diet. She’s passionate about incorporating wellness activities into patients’ overall treatment and survivorship programs and manages regular yoga, Pilates, meditation, and walking classes as well as cooking classes and grocery store tours. Kelly also serves as a media spokesperson for the Mount Sinai Hospital and Department of Clinical Nutrition and has provided nutrition-related commentary and advice on ABC’s Good Morning America, The New York Times, Runner’s World, Self.com, and Dance Magazine. She is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), the Greater New York Dietetic Association (NYSDA), the AND’s Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group (SCAN), and Oncology Nutrition Practice Group.
Kelly also maintains a private nutrition practice with a focus on women’s health, disordered eating, and sports nutrition. She is an accomplished marathon runner, voracious reader, at-home chef and lives on the Upper East Side with her rescue dog, Peanut.