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Julie Niewiadomski

146 3rd Street Troy, NY 12180 (607) 339-3310

Certificate in Nutrition Science, Dietetics track
The Sage Colleges, Troy, NY
GPA: 4.0

May 2016

Master of Science in Molecular Nutrition, minor Food Science

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
GPA: 3.9

January 2015

Bachelor of Science in Biology

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
GPA: 3.5

April 2010

Wellness Associate, Honest Weight Food Co-op, Albany, NY

Advised customers on selecting supplements based on their specific health conditions, ordered
supplements not offered in store to ensure high quality customer service
Processed orders, stocked inventory, organized monthly sales, attended monthly product education
seminars on supplements, herbs, homeopathic remedies, and body products

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

January 2015-September 2015

Sorted food donations by stocking shelves according to the foods nutritional value and expiration date
Planted and maintained an organic fruit and vegetable community farm with urban youth

Treasurer, Nutrition Graduate Student Organization, Ithaca, NY

August 2014-Present

Completed 60 hours of shadowing a dietitian

Assisted in teaching cooking classes
Wrote a weight-loss meal plan with allergen-sensitive recipes

Volunteer, Capital Roots & Provisions Food Pantry, Troy, NY

Sep. 2008-Sep. 2009

Provided high level of patient care by recording vital signs of patients on hemodialysis, ensuring patients
received correct diet
Operated hemodialysis machine from start to finish, communicated with doctor and nurse results of

Volunteer Experience
Intern, Stram Center for Integrative Medicine, Delmar, NY

August 2011-May 2014

Worked as team member with Professor and other TAs to teach 150+ student courses
Demonstrated understanding of each students personal and academic needs during weekly office hours
and private tutoring sessions
Exhibited mastery of material in the following courses: Chemical and Biological Aspects of Foods,
Human Anatomy & Physiology, Intro Human Biochemistry, wrote and graded weekly assignments and

Certified Nursing Assistant, University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI

October 2014-Present

Maintained account ledger, created annual budget, balanced budget

May 2013-August 2014

Julie Niewiadomski
146 3rd Street Troy, NY 12180 (607) 339-3310

Professional Development
Member, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, May 2014-Present
Member, Dietitians in Integrative & Functional Nutrition, May 2014-Present
Member, Hudson Valley Dietetic Association, August 2015-Present
ServSafe Certification, January 2015
Medtronic Insulin Pump Therapy Certificate, November 2015

Niewiadomski, J. (2015). Silymarin supplementation improves antioxidant indices and decreases CRP
levels in type-2 diabetes mellitus patients. The Integrative RDN Newsletter, 19:3.
Niewiadomski, J. (2015). Study shows curcumin may be effective as an adjuvant therapy in patients
with psoriasis vulgaris. The Integrative RDN Newsletter, 18:1.


Niewiadomski, J. (2015). A study of changes in energy metabolism in young cysteine dioxygenase

(cdo1) knockout mice in response to high dietary fat with or without taurine supplementation (Masters
Thesis). Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Jurkowska, H., Niewiadomski, J., Hirschberger, L.L., Roman, H.B., Mazor, K.M., Liu, X., et al. (in
press). Downregulation of hepatic betaine:homocysteine methyltransferase (BHMT) expression in
taurine-deficient mice is reversed by taurine supplementation in vivo. Amino Acids.
Barbehenn, R.V., Niewiadomski, J., Kochmanski, J. (2013). Importance of protein quality versus
quantity in alternative host plants for a leaf-feeding insect. Oecologia, 173:1012.
Barbehenn, R.V., Niewiadomski, J., Kochmanski, J., Constabel, C.P. (2012). Limited effect of reactive
oxygen species on the composition of susceptible essential amino acids in the midguts of Lymantria
dispar caterpillars. Arch Insect Biochemical Physiology, 81:160-77.
Barbehenn, R.V., Niewiadomski, J., Pecci, C., Salminen, J-P. (2012). Physiological benefits of feeding in
the spring by Lymantria dispar caterpillars on red oak and sugar maple leaves: Nutrition versus
oxidative stress. Chemoecology, 23:59-70.