It is Jeff’s extensive educational expertise that makes him best suited as Education Director for Carr Cellular Fitness.
— Dr. Carr

Jeff joins our team as Director of Education with 11 years as a school administrator and 21 years teaching Biotechnology, Anatomy & Physiology, Chemistry and Biology.

Jeff recently returned from Japan. Japan has the longest life expectancy in the world, women living an average of 86.6 years, and men 79.6 years old. While in this beautiful country, Jeff learned strategies that the Japanese use to stay active and healthy well into their nineties! Jeff found his time in Japan well spent, "Understanding the nutrients, and lifestyle, that allow Japanese people to live so long is driving my passion for scientific supplementation of the American diet."  

An avid runner and former Marine, Jeff has completed three Marine Corps Half Marathons at Camp Lejeune. Jeff also was an active member of the Marine Corps Semper Fit Series, participating in such challenging races as the Marine Raiders Five Mile Mud Run, and running with U.S. Marines for the entire Grand Prix series, Jeff distinguished himself with placing throughout the series. While serving in the Marines, Jeff received 10 Awards of Outstanding Physical Fitness.

Jeff graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. He obtained his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.




Educational Highlights:

 Jeff has taught DNA extraction, Gel Electrophoresis, Isolation and sequencing of microbial species. Last summer Jeff spent a month aboard the research vessel Kilo Moana analyzing the similarities between the ocean cyanobacterium Prochlorococcus and the mitochondrion that inhabits each of our seventy trillion cells. Jeff is currently working on his next book,  "Symbiont:The Mitochondrial Rejuvenation Program."  Look to see Jeff at future seminars!