Nutritional Sciences Program

Master of Science

August 18, 2022

Advancing Nutrition Assessments in the ICU

Histamine Intolerance and the Low Histamine Diet

Nutrition and Glycemic Management in Type 2 Diabetes

June 30, 2022

Proposal for New Parenteral Nutrition Protocols at University of Washington Medical Center

Proposed Protein Supplementation Protocol for Critically-Ill Surgical Patients Receiving Enteral Nutrition Support DRAFT

The role of adiposity in the association of branched-chain amino acids and metabolic and clinical markers in healthy adults on controlled diets.

In healthy adults on controlled diets, branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) were positively associated with adiposity, markers of inflammation, insulin resistance, and satiety hormone leptin. These findings support the hypothesis that BCAAs are part of a metabolic signature of obesity.

Stress and Eating Behaviors of Dietitians During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Registered dietitians were surveyed using assessment tools for perceived stress, orthorexia nervosa risk, and eating competence. Stress was found to be inversely associated with eating competence but was unrelated to risk for orthorexia nervosa.

Nutrition Support Assessment in Gastrointestinal Surgery Patients

This capstone project involved a review of inappropriate and improper cases of nutrition support in gastrointestinal patients at University of Washington Medical Center – Montlake.

January 5, 2022

Strategies for the Provision of Culturally Relevant Foods

Assessing Demographics of United Way King County DoorDash Clients vs. Low-income King County Residents

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