Dr. Liv Anderson is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Nutritional Sciences Department at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Prior to her appointment in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, Dr. Anderson worked as a research associate at UM’s Center for Research on Learning and Teaching where she focused on development and assessment of novel pedagogical techniques and program/unit evaluation strategies. She also worked with graduate students and faculty on professional development for teaching. Liv is a registered dietitian and earned a MPH in Human Nutrition and a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences.
- NUTR 630: Principles of Nutritional Sciences: Macronutrients in Human Nutrition
- NUTR 600: Professional Development and Capstone Course
- PUBHLTH310/NUTR510: Nutrition in the Life Cycle
- BS, Biological Sciences, Michigan Technological University, 2006
- MPH, Human Nutrition, University of Michigan, 2009
- PhD, Environmental Health Sciences, University of Michigan, 2013
- Ganzalez-Cabezas C., Wright M.C., Anderson O.S., and Fontana, M. Exam questions developed by students lead to higher cognitive level
of learning. Journal of Dental Education. Accepted for publication May 2015.
- Kim J., SartorM.S., RozekL.S., FaulkC., Anderson O.S., JonesT.R., NaharM.S., DolinoyD.C. Perinatal bisphenol A exposure promotes dose-dependent alterations of the mouse methylome. Genome Biology 2014 January 15(30). PMID: 24433282
- Anderson O.S. and Finelli C. A Faculty Learning Community to Improve Teaching Practices in Large
Engineering Courses: Lasting Impacts. Paper presented at American Society for Engineering Education National Conference (Indianapolis, IN) June 15-18 2014.
- Faulk C., Barks A., Sanchez B.N., Zhang Z., Anderson O.S., Peterson K.P., and Dolinoy D.C. Perinatal lead (Pb) exposure results in sex-specific
effects on weight, food intake, fat, and insulin response across the murine life-course.
PLOS ONE. 2014 August 9(8).
- Weinhouse C.W.*, Anderson O.S.*, Bergin I.L., Dolinoy D.C.Perinatal bisphenol A exposure promotes dose dependent
incidence of adult murine hepatic tumors.Environmental Health Perspectives. Accepted for publication to Environmental Health Perspectives. 2014 May 122(5): 485-91.
- Anderson O.S., Peterson K.E., Sanchez B.N., Zhang Z., Mancuso P., Dolinoy D.C. Perinatal bisphenol
A exposure promotes hyperactivity, lean body composition, and hormonal responses across
the murine life-course. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). 2013 April 27(4): 1784-92.
- Marchlewicz E.H., Anderson O.S., Dolinoy D.C. Early life exposures and the epigenome – interactions between nutrients
and the environment. In The role of nutrition and metabolism on epigenetic regulation. Edited by E. Ho and F. Domann. Taylor and Francis. 2013.
- Anderson O.S.*, Sant K.*, Dolinoy D.C.Nutri-epigenomics: An interspecies review of diet, one-carbon
metabolism and DNA methylation. Journal of Nutrition Biochemistry. 2012 August 23(8): 853-9.
- Anderson O.S., Nahar M.S., Faulk C., Jones T., Liao C., Kannan K., Weinhouse C., Rozek L.S.,
Dolinoy D.C. Dose-dependent epigenetic responses following maternal dietary exposure
to physiologically relevant levels of bisphenol A. Environmental Molecular Mutagenesis. 2012 June 53(5): 334-42.
- Weinhouse C., Anderson O.S., Jones T.R., Kim J., Liberman S.A., Nahar M.S., Rozek L.S., Jirtle R.L., Dolinoy D.C.
An expression microarray approach for the identification of metastable epialleles
in the mouse genome. Epigenetics. 2011 September 6(9): 1105-13.
- Dolinoy D.C., Anderson O.S., Rozek L.S. Epigenetic manifestations of environmental exposures. In Nutrition Epigenetics, Mihai Niculescu, Editor. Wiley-Blackwell, Ames, Iowa, 2010 (PMC).
- Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and American Society for Nutrition