The International Society of Female Professionals Recognizes Elizabeth Stremke, PhD, RD

Dr. Elizabeth Stremke is a Medical Science Liaison for Sirtex Medical Limited. She holds her PhD in Nutritional Sciences with her clinical credential as a Registered Dietitian. She is currently working in field medical within the medical device industry, and her goal is to move up within the leadership team of Medical Affairs and work more on strategy than on everyday field work.


Elizabeth (Lizzi) is known as a person who cares deeply about the world and those who abide in it. She is a mom, scientist, and partner who is determined to live her life with purpose and joy. She uses her doctoral degree in the field of Medical Affairs in the pharmaceutical/biotech Industry as a Medical Science Liaison. Professionally, this allows her to build relationships and help physicians who treat some of our most ailing fellow humans implement innovative treatment options. With her past work, she has developed an expertise in the field of nephrology and mineral metabolism. However, in 2021 her family lost her 15 year-old nephew to Osteosarcoma. His story and fundraiser information is listed below. This loss motivated her to change therapeutic areas in her career to Oncology.


To this field, she brings her natural curiosity and deep passion to her work, each day. She chooses this path to make a difference in the lives of patients, and all fellow humans in need of help. She is seeking to build her leadership skills in Medical Affairs and to learn and take on projects in scientific communication/publications department. She looks forward to networking with other accomplished females who know it’s possible to develop an impactful career without sacrificing your own needs as a woman and a mother.


International Society of Female Professionals Member, Elizabeth Stremke, PhD, RD, can be found on the Association Directory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.



Blair John Vanderpool Sinchai May 18, 2006 – September 1, 2021


Blair Sinchai was 15 years old when he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma with metastases to the lungs. From diagnosis to the day he died, only 7 weeks went by. Blair was a sweet, kind soul. He was a beloved son, brother, grandson, cousin, and friend. He loved reading, building legos, roller blading, and playing soccer. He played string bass in his school orchestra, and also played keyboard at School of Rock. Blair had a passion for studying history, geography, and current events. It was his dream to travel the world and he planned to one day practice diplomacy to help make positive changes in the world. Blair produced his own podcast, titled “Geo-Cast,” in which he discussed geopolitical topics across all continents. Above all else, Blair loved his family, especially his two little brothers, Archer and Remy. He often expressed how lucky he felt to be a big brother. Blair was a bright and shining light in his family, and in this world, and will be remembered and loved always. Cancer took Blair so quickly, he barely had a chance to fight back. In his memory, we fight for him. We fight to help find a cure for this terrible disease. We fight for other kids and families so that no one else endure this pain and sadness. Blair’s spirit lives on in us, and he will continue to change the world through us. We’re joining together with Children’s Cancer Research Foundation to raise funds and awareness for this osteosarcoma research.

Thank you for supporting us in our journey! Together we can make a difference.