Linda Gorman, Ph.D.
Medical Laboratory Science
Lipids, lipoproteins, Type 2 diabetes
Laboratory Regulation and Quality Assurance
Dr. Gorman is involved in Cholesterol screenings and other lipid and glucose analysis for public awareness. She performs technical and consultation work with St. Joseph Hospital Wellness Program, Georgetown College Wellness program, and with other groups trying to educate the public about the risks of high cholesterol.
Gorman, L.S., Duke, A.A., Webb, P., Richardson, D.R., McKean, H.E., Oeltgen, P.R., Bruckner, G.G.; "Effects of fish on Safflower Oil and Oat or Wheat Bran on Serum Lipids and Microcirculatory Responses in Hyperlipidemia Male Subjects" (submitted February 1994)
Gorman, L.S., "Aging: Theories and Lab Implications", Clinical Lab Science, volume 8(1): p.24-30, January 1995.
Gorman, L.S., Toborek, M. and Hennig, B., “ Decreased Cysteine in Culture Media Potentiates Fatty Acid-Mediated Oxidative Stress in Endothelial Cells”, FASEB Journal Volume 9(3): A175, 1995.
Gorman, L.S., Mercer, L.P., and Hennig, B., “Growth requirements of Endothelial Cells in Culture: Variations in Serum and Amino Acid Concentrations”, Nutrition 12 (4): 266-270, 1996.
Gorman, L.S., Toborek, M. and Hennig, B., “Cysteine Deficiency Potentiates Fatty Acid-Mediated Oxidative Stress in Cultured Endothelial Cells”, Biochem.Archives, 11:211-219, 1995.
Gorman, L.S., “Clinical Case of Fanconi’s Syndrome”, Clinical Laboratory Science, vol. 13/no.3, p. 145 (Abstract), 2000.