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Susan Fullmer

Susan Fullmer

Associate Dean, Life Sciences
Dean's Office, Nutrition, Dietetics & Food Science

5007 LSB
Provo, UT 84602

801-422-3349

Biography

  • B.A. and B.S Foods and Nutrition, University of Utah
  • PhD Exercise Physiology, Brigham Young University
  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist 1989-present

Teaching Interests

  • Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Research Methods

Research Interests

  • Effects of diet and exercise on metabolism and bone

Courses Taught

Winter 2019

  • NDFS 356: Med Nutr Therapy 2 Section 001
  • NDFS 475: Res in Dietetics Section 001
  • NDFS 494R: Undergrad Research in N D F S Section 010
  • NDFS 698R: Master's Project Section 004

Fall 2018

  • NDFS 100: Essentials of Human Nutrition Section 002
  • NDFS 300: Med Nutr Therapy 1 Section 001
  • NDFS 399R: Acad Internship in Dietetics Section 008
  • NDFS 405: Nutrition Assessment Lab Section 001, 002
  • NDFS 621: Clinical Practice in Dietetics Section 001, 002
  • NDFS 698R: Master's Project Section 005

Summer 2018

  • NDFS 399R: Acad Internship: Nutritnl Sci Section 003
  • NDFS 691R: Graduate Seminar Section 002

Spring 2018

  • NDFS 399R: Academic Internship Section 008, 009
  • NDFS 635: Adv Top Human Obesity Section 001

Publications

Journal Articles

Jensen KC, Bellini SG, Derrick JW, Fullmer S, Eggett DL. 2017. Handgrip Strength and Malnutrition (Undernutrition) in Hospitalized Versus Nonhospitalized Children Aged 6-14 Years. Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 32(5):687-693.

Irving CJ, Eggett D, Fullmer S. 2016. Comparing Steady State to Time Interval and Non-Steady State Measurements of Resting Metabolic Rate. Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 7.

Fullmer S, Benson-Davies S, Earthman CP, Frankenfield DC, Gradwell E, Lee PS, Piemonte T, Trabulsi J. 2015. Evidence Analysis Library review of best practices for performing indirect calorimetry in healthy and non-critically ill individuals. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 115(9):1417-1446.

Fullmer S, Eggett DL, Snell B. 2014. Reading and listening to music increase resting metabolic rate during an indirect calorimetry test. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 114(12):1939-1942.

Abstract

Fullmer S, Eggett DL, Snell B. 2014. Reading or listening to music increased resting metabolic rate during an indirect calorimetry test. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 114(Suppl2)(9):A-21.

Presentations

Fullmer S. Using EAL Guidelines to Measure Resting Metabolic Rate with Indirect Calorimetry. Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo. Atlanta, Georgia. 2014 .