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Brian Joseph Koziol, American nutrition educator. National Institutes of Health scholar, 1981.


Koziol, Brian Joseph was born on August 24, 1951 in Gardner, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph Walter and Irene Theresa (Kosakowski) Koziol.


Bachelor of Science in Physiology, University Massachusetts, 1973. Master of Science Kinesiology, University California, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in Nutrition, University California, 1984.


Laboratory director University of California at Los Angeles School Public Health, 1978-1988, associate research, 1984-1988. Assistant professor University of California at Los Angeles School Medicine, since 1984, laboratory director, since 1984. Lecturer chemistry and biochemistry University of California at Los Angeles Chemical and Bio-chemical departments, since 1984.

Associate professor University Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1984-1987, assistant professor chemistry and biochemistry, since 1987. Director clinical study Kendall McGraw Laboratory, Inc., since 1988. Consultant, lecturer Northrop Aircraft, Hawthorne, California, since 1982.

Consultant California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, since 1983, Walt Disney Studios, Burbank, California, since 1982, consultant Brooks Film Institute, Santa Barbara, California, 1979-1981.


Instructor American Heart Association, Los Angeles, since 1980, lecturer. Volunteer Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, 1977-1983. Volunteer Skid Row Hospitality Kitchen, Los Angeles, 1978-1983.

Mentor University of California at Los Angeles Mentor Program, 1979-1982. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Council of Scientific and Health, American Society Clinical Nutrition, American Institute Nutrition (travel award, lecturer 1985), Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, Sigma Xi, Delta Omega Society.


  • Other Interests

    Recreational sports, running, swimming, bicycling.