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Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning Lindsey Brown

Lindsey Brown

Research Data Analyst

Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning
Smith Center for Undergraduate Education  503P
509-335-9443
lindsey.l.brown@wsu.edu

Areas Served and Specialty Focus

As a Research Data Analyst, Lindsey analyzes data from various sources and prepares visual displays of data and reports for a range of audiences.


Biography

Lindsey has worked in the Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning since 2014. Previously, she worked at WSU as an Associate in Research with the School of Food Science focusing on the role of functional foods in health.


Education

  • M.S., Washington State University, Food Science, 2011
  • B.S., Washington State University, Food Science and Human Nutrition, 2009


Associations and Honors

  • Association for Institutional Research
  • Association for Faculty Women Founders Award Nominee
  • Margaret Hard Home Economics Research Award
  • WSU President’s Award


Conference Presentations and Posters (selected)

  • Kimble, L.L. (2017). Leveraging Existing Survey Tools for Other Uses Beyond Traditional Surveys. Poster Presentation. Association for Institutional Research. Washington, DC.
  • Kimble, L.L. (2017). Assessing Science Literacy at the Course, Program and Institutional Levels. Poster Presentation. Association of American Colleges & Universities. Phoenix, AZ.
  • Kimble, L.L., Morrison, B.K. (2016). Assessing Science Literacy at the Course, Program and Institutional Level. Poster Presentation. Association for Institutional Research. New Orleans, LA.


Publications
in Food Science and Nutrition (selected)

  • Kimble, L.L., Mathison, B.D., Kaspar, K.L., Khoo, C., Chew, B.P. (2014). Development of a fluorometric microplate anti-adhesion assay using uropathogenic E. coli and human uroepithelial cells. Journal of Natural Products. 77(5):1102-1110.
  • Mathison, B.D., Kimble, L.L., Kaspar, K.L., Khoo, C., Chew, B.P. (2014). Consumption of cranberry beverage improved endogenous antioxidant status and protected against bacteria adhesion in healthy humans: a randomized controlled trial. Nutrition Research. 34(5):420-427.
  • Kimble, L.L., Mathison, B.D., Chew, B.P. (2013). β-Cryptoxanthin and lutein mediate inflammation in human chondrosarcoma cells through nuclear factor-κB and activator protein-1. American Journal of Advanced Food Science and Technology. 1(2):52-69.
  • Kimble, L.L., Mathison, B.D., Chew, B.P. (2013). Astaxanthin mediates inflammation biomarkers associated with arthritis in human chondrosarcoma cells induced with interleukin-1β. American Journal of Advanced Food Science and Technology. 1(2):37-51.
  • Mathison, B.D., Kimble, L.L., Kaspar, K.L., Khoo, C., Chew, B.P. (2013). Development and validation of a sensitive, high-throughput bioassay for adhesion of radiolabeled E. coli to uroepithelial cells. Journal of Natural Products. 76(9):1605-1611.
  • Chew, W., Mathison, B.D., Kimble, L.L., Mixter, P.F., Chew, B.P. (2013). Astaxanthin decreases inflammatory biomarkers associated with cardiovascular disease in human umbilical vein epithelial cells. American Journal of Advanced Food Science and Technology. 1(1):1-14.
  • Tara, M.K., Park, J.S., Mathison, B.D., Kimble, L.L., Chew, B.P. (2013). Whey protein, but not soy protein, supplementation alleviates exercise-induced lipid peroxidation in female endurance athletes. The Open Nutrition Journal. 7:13-19.
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