Veronica Hindle received her B.S. in Dietetics and minor in coaching with an emphasis in kinesiology from Michigan State University in 2022. During her undergraduate career, she focused on gaining experience in various areas of dietetics including clinical, community, research, food service, and sports nutrition. Currently, Veronica is pursuing her M.S. in Food Science and Human Nutrition as a thesis graduate student in the Nutrition and Human Microbiome Laboratory (NHML) at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. In the NHML, Veronica is the lead graduate student on a project entitled “Mining the Scientific Literature to Support Personalized Nutrition Applications” where she interpreted and translated scientific nutrition/microbiome-related publications utilizing an annotation software system. Her thesis focuses on diet interventions and next generation probiotics to influence metabolic, gastrointestinal, or cognitive health outcomes. As a future registered dietitian, Veronica plans to practice within the personalized nutrition niche in industry or a clinical setting to help improve the overall health and well-being of individuals.