Kathryn H. Thompson is a professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the College of Osteopathic Medicine, University of New England. She received her Ph.D. in Nutritional Biochemistry from Cornell University. She is a registered dietitian and teaches biochemistry and nutrition in the medical school. Her research interests include active learning pedagogies in nutrition and medical education.
Oregon Health Sciences University (Portland, Oregon)
Linda Van Horn, Carine M Lenders, Charlotte A Pratt, Bettina Beech, Patricia A Carney, William Dietz, Rose DiMaria-Ghalili, Timothy Harlan, Robert Hash, Martin Kohlmeier, Kathryn Kolasa, Nancy F Krebs, Robert F Kushner, Mary Lieh-Lai, Janet Lindsley, Susan Meacham, Holly Nicastro, Caryl Nowson, Carole Palmer, Miguel Paniagua, Edward Philips, Sumantra Ray, Suzanne Rose, Marcel Salive, Marsha Schofield, Kathryn Thompson, Jennifer L Trilk, Gwen Twillman, Jeffrey D White, Giovanna Zappalà, Ashley Vargas, Christopher Lynch, Advancing Nutrition Education, Training, and Research for Medical Students, Residents, Fellows, Attending Physicians, and Other Clinicians: Building Competencies and Interdisciplinary Coordination, Advances in Nutrition, Volume 10, Issue 6, November 2019, Pages 1181–1200, https://doi.org/10.1093/advances/nmz083
Spicer, Douglas B., Kathryn H. Thompson, Michelle S. Tong, Tina M. Cowan, Tracy B. Fulton, and Janet E. Lindsley. “Medical Biochemistry Without Rote Memorization: Multi-Institution Implementation and Student Perceptions of a Nationally Standardized Metabolic Map for Learning and Assessment.” Medical Science Educator, October 24, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40670-018-00631-y.
LeClair, Renée J., Kathryn H. Thompson, and Andrew P. Binks. “A Universal Guide to Transitioning Didactic Delivery into an Active Classroom.” Medical Science Educator, 2018, 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40670-018-0599-1.
Lindsley, JE., EE Abali, BT Bikman, SD Cline, T Fulton, B Lopez, OD Rosenthal, VE Uhley, RJ Weintraut, DP Williams, JJ Wisco and K Thompson. “What Nutrition-Related Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Should Medical Students Develop?” Medical Science Educator 27, no. 4 (December 2017): 579–83. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40670-017-0476-3.
Other scholarly activity
Thompson, Kathryn H. Nutrition and Aging. Gerontology for the Health Care Professional 4thrd ed. ed by. Robnett, RH, Brossoie, N and Chop, W. Jones and Bartlett Learning 2020