Kathryn Silliman, PhD, RD
Office: Holt 121
Projects related to the assessment of nutritional status and diet and heart disease.
Recent Publications/Current Projects:
- Byrd K, M Morris, K Silliman. Impact of a three-year worksite wellness program on employee blood lipid levels. Calif J Health Promotion 6:49-56, 2008.
- Hetherwick C, M Neyman, K Silliman. Perceived Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of California Registered Dietitians Regarding Dietary Supplements. J Am Diet Assoc 106:438-442, 2006.
- Silliman K, Rodas-Fortier K, Neyman, M. A survey of dietary and exercise habits and perceived barriers to following a healthy lifestyle in a college population. Calif J Health Promotion 2:82-91, 2004.
- Silliman K, Parry J, Kirks L, Prior RL. Pycnogenol does not impact the antioxidant or vitamin C status of healthy young adults. J Am Diet Assoc 103:67-72, 2003.
Recent Graduate Theses/Professional Papers:
- Discrepancies between self-reported and measured height and weight: Association with mindful eating, body satisfaction, weight behavior, and physical activity level among a college population.
- Impact of an early nutrition education multimedia intervention in managing chemotherapy related side effects on knowledge, perceived benefit, perceived behavioral control and self efficacy.
- A needs assessment for a community-based education program for diabetes prevention among physicians, providers, and potential clients.
- MyPyramid. Do college students get it?