Liana Lise Guarneiri (Rodrigues)
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|BS||Dietetics||University of Tennessee at Chattanooga||2017|
Liana is currently conducting her doctoral research in the Human Nutrition Labortory under the direction of Dr. Jamie Cooper. Her current research examines the impact of pecan consumption on cholesterol and weight maintenance in adults with high cholesterol or obesity. In addition, she is interested in how a pecan-enriched diet affects hunger and satiety responses and fat metabolism.
FDNS 3100 Macronutrients (3 semesters)
FDNS 4100 Micronutrients (1 semester)
FDNS 4220 Nutrition, Physical Activity and Sport (1 semester)
FDNS 4520 Clinical Nutrition Interventions (1 semester)
FDNS 4630E Cultural Aspects of Food and Nutrition (1 semester; online)
FDNS 2060E Introduction to Sports Nutrition and Wellness (1 semester; online)
FDNS 4050 Optimal Nutrition for the Life Span (1 semester; hybrid)
FDNS 8560 Proposal Writing (1 semester; hybrid asynchronous)
|Award Name||Awarded By||Year Awarded|
|Janette Smith Memorial Scholarship||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics||2021|
|Virginia Wilbanks Kilgore Scholarship||UGA||2021|
|Endsley Peifer Student Research Award||UGA||2021|
|3rd place- Oral Presentation Competition||Obesity Initiative Research Symposium||2020|
|Tumlin Funding for Conferences||UGA FACS||2020|
|3rd place oral presentation||Obesity Symposium||2020|
|Hazel and Grace Franklin Scholarship||UGA FACS||2020-2021|
|Leila Alberta Ritchie Mize Scholarship||UGA FACS||2020|
|Holly B. Alley Scholarship||Georgia Nutrition Council||2020|
|Glenn and Helen Burton Feeding the Hungry Scholarship||UGA FACS||2019-2020|
|Marian Wang Nutrition Scholarship||UGA FACS||2018-2019|
|Creswell Travel Funding||UGA FACS||2018|
|Ellen Jurgen Memorial Scholarship||Georgia Dietetic Foundation||2018|
|Virginia Wilbanks Kilgore Scholarship||UGA FACS||2017-2018|
|Chickamauga Chase Scholarship||UTC||2017|
|TAND Scholarship||Tennessee Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics||2017|
|Outstanding Dietetic Student Award||Chattanooga Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics||2017|
|Human Health and Performance Departmental Research Award||UTC||2016-2017|
|Public Service Award||UTC||2016|
|William E. Brock Scholar||UTC||2013-2017|
|AkzoNobel National Merit Scholarship||AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry||2013-2017|
L.L. Guarneiri, C.M. Paton, and J.A. Cooper. Pecan-enriched diets alter cholesterol profiles and triglycerides in adults at-risk for cardiovascular disease in a randomized, controlled trial. J Nutr, 2021. PMID: 34383903.
L.L. Guarneiri, C.M. Paton, and J.A. Cooper. Pecan-enriched diets decrease postprandial lipid peroxidation and increase total antioxidant capacity in adults at-risk for cardiovascular disease. Nutrition Research, 2021; 93, 69-78.
L.L. Guarneiri, M.O. Spaulding, A.R. Marquardt, J.A. Cooper, and C.M. Paton. Acute consumption of pecans decreases angiopoietin-like protein-3 in healthy males: a secondary analysis of randomized controlled trials. Nutrition Research, 2021; 92: 62-71. PMID: 34274555.
L.L. Guarneiri, C.M. Paton, and J.A. Cooper. Pecan-enriched diets increase energy expenditure and fat oxidation in adults at-risk for cardiovascular disease. J Hum Nutr Diet. 2021. Under review.
L.L. Guarneiri & J.A. Cooper. Intake of nuts or nut products does not lead to weight gain, independent of dietary substitution instructions: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials. Advances in Nutrition, 2020; 12(2):384-401. doi: 10.1093/advances/nmaa113. PMID: 32945861.
L.L. Rodrigues, J.A. Cooper, and C.M. Paton. Acute Consumption of Black Walnuts Increases Fullness and Decreases Lipid Peroxidation in Humans. Nutrition Research. 2019; 71, 56-64. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nutres.2019.09.002.