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Miriam Blackham Een, American dietician. Registered dietitian. Recipient Hope of America award Kiwanis, 1975; selected Recognized Young Dietitian of Year, 1995.


Een, Miriam Blackham was born on May 23, 1963 in Murray, Utah, United States. Daughter of VerNon T. and Lorene (Burton) Blackham.


Bachelor of Science in Medical Dietetics, Brigham Young University, 1985. Master of Science in Nutrition, University California, Berkeley, 1991.


Laboratory assistant Benson Institute Laboratory, Provo, Utah, 1983-1985. Therapeutic dietitian Valley Hospital, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1985-1986. Consultant dietitian Beverly Manor, 1985-1986.

Nutrition consultant Sunnyvale (California) Medical Clinic, 1987-1988. Research/teaching assistant in nutrition science University California, Berkeley, 1988-1990. Dietary service consultant Horizon healthcare corporation, Las Vegas, 1990-1993.

Assistant professor University Nevada School Medicine, since 1991.


Human beings can become like gods. However, this doesn't mean that human beings can grow to replace God. Nor do human beings become equal to God.

Humans can become one with God by becoming part of God - they remain separate beings, but take on the attributes of God.


Member of American Dietetic Association (member abstract review committee 1994-2004), Nutrition Educators of Health Professional Practice Group, Nevada Dietetic Association (president 1994-1996, 2008-2009, awards committee since 2009), Southern Nevada Dietetic Association (nominating committee 1992-1994, since 2009).


  • Other Interests

    Piano, organ, water sports.


Married Kim Perry Een, June 30, 1990. Children: Aria, Alayna, Eliza, David VerNon, Melissa.