Patrick Solverson joined the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences in 2019 and is an Assistant Professor-Clinical Nutrition Scientist. His current research is focusing on bioactive components in human feeding studies with primary outcomes on relevance to obesity treatment or prevention.
Research and/or Creative Works
Patent: Ney DM, Yen EC, Nelson DW, Solverson P. Use of glycomacropeptide to improve women's health. U.S. Patent 20, 160,022,770, January 28, 2016
- Solverson PM, Rumpler WV, Leger JL, Redan BW, Ferruzzi, MG, Baer DJ,Castonguay TW, and Novotny JA. Blackberry Feeding Increases Fat Oxidation and Improves Insulin Sensitivity in Overweight and Obese Males. Nutrients 2018, 10(8),1048.
- P Solverson, J A Novotny, and T Castonguay. Resveratrol and Metabolic Syndrome in Obese Men – a Review. Handbook of Nutrition in Heart Health. Published by Wageningen Academics, RR Watson and S. Zibadi, (eds). 2017 Sep 12; 415-441.
Awards and Recognition
2017 First Place, Emerging Leaders poster competition, in Dietary Bioactive Components section at Experimental Biology meeting in Chicago, IL (out of 197 submissions)
2015 Fellowship-UMD Department of Nutrition and Food sciences-$5,000 award
Associations and Affiliations
Amercian Society of Nutrition
Areas of Expertise and/or Research
Bioactive components in human feeding studies with primary outcomes on relevance to obesity treatment or prevention.
- PhD, Nutrition and Food Sciences, Univeristy of Maryland College Park, 2017
- MS, Human Nutrition, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012
- BS, Dietetics/Dietitian, University of Wisconsin_Madison
353 MLS Carrigan Wing