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Bryan Lian, MS, RD


Current Position: Dietitian II, Stanford University

Lian’s current focus is on nutrition therapy for adolescents and young adults, experiential/group modalities, and the intersection of quality improvement and wellness. He co-authored “Adolescent Anorexia: Guiding Principles and Skills for the Dietetic Support of Family-Based Treatment,’ a landmark paper that provides a bridge for the evidence-to-practice gap for dietitians. Lian has trained and worked in pediatric nutrition for over 7 years, with specializations in eating and weight disorders and behavioral health.

Lian received his bachelor's degree in biological sciences and nutritional sciences from the Rutgers University, master’s degree in Health Administration and Interdisciplinary Leadership from University of California, San Francisco, and his Leadership Educators in Adolescent Health (LEAH) fellowship from Boston Children’s Hospital. He’s currently appointed as a staff dietitian at Stanford University’s student health center and is a private practitioner.