Anne-Marie Gloster

Associate Teaching Professor, Epidemiology

305M Raitt Hall
Box 353410

Seattle, WA 98195-3410

Research Interests

Investigating whether culinary arts/food science education can result in measureable positive changes in healthy eating behaviors. Examining whether measures of kitchen literacy are an indicator of health status.


PhD Educational Leadership, Policy Analysis, North Carolina State University, 1996

MPH Nutrition, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 1991

BS Independent Study with Concentrations in Food Science and Human Nutrition, North Carolina State University, 1989

In the News

Outdoor dining and drinking is allowed. But is it safe?
Vox, 06/26/2020

Is it safe to order takeout during coronavirus? Yes, but wash your hands
The News Tribune, 04/20/2020

UW: Best foods to stock up for an extended home stay from coronavirus
KOMO News, 03/05/2020

Myths and facts about reheating your food in the microwave
KING 5, 02/24/2020

Should we be worried about coffee and cancer?
KUOW, 04/10/2018

UW course gets students fired up about food and nutrition
SPH News, 03/27/2018

New UW course fueled by food truck craze
SPH News, 02/07/2018

What's the best sports drink for kids?
Seattle's Child, 09/01/2016

Tips for easy, healthy school lunches on the go
Seattle's Child, 09/01/2016

New plans for Nutrition Sciences Program
The Daily, 03/28/2016